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Watching their language

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Books | It seemed like a good idea at the time. Jared and Kristen Maughan, a Christian couple from Twin Falls, Idaho, were concerned when their daughter came home…

You be the judge

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Faith & Inspiration | A public conversion helps raise the most important questions of the faith

Will the LGBT alliance fall apart?

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Sexuality | On Aug. 13, 2012, a local pastor addressed a meeting of the Springfield, Mo., City Council. He spoke to a packed house called out by a contentious subject:

The cure for addiction

The cure for addiction

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Health | Few federal policies have been as misunderstood, mutated, and muddled as the “War on Drugs.” You might call it our own Hundred Years’ War, because it…

Year-round silly season

Year-round silly season

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Faith & Inspiration | In unserious times, there is One who takes us very seriously

Gender gap blues

Gender gap blues

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Education | For almost 12 years, in the 1980s and early 1990s, I homeschooled my two children, a girl and a boy. One was driven and anxious and sometimes drove me crazy.

Nothing new?

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Politics | In case you haven’t heard, the prime minister of Israel gave a significant address to both houses of Congress last week. The event was…

PC versus PC

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Culture | The left-wing ideology enforcers are turning on each other

Notable Books

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Books | Award-winning children’s books

We’re all auxiliary troops in a holy war

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ISIS | The identity of “Jihadi John”—the well-spoken butcher who presided over gory executions staged by the Islamic State, ISIS—was a bit of a…

Understanding the enduring popularity of Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Books | In February of 1867, a little girl named Laura Elizabeth was born in a small log cabin near Pepin, Wis. Some of her family lines went back to the 

Spreading the guilt

Spreading the guilt

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Culture | To blame ‘culture’ for a crime is to undermine justice

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