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Americans and infidelity | It’s still not OK

Americans and infidelity

A recent article in the New York Times magazine provocatively asked “Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage?” Given the worldview of the New York Times, we shouldn’t be surprised that their answer was “probably.” And the response to the …

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The hopeless world of ‘13 Reasons’

13 Reasons Why

If you haven’t heard of the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why,” I guarantee your teens have. Here’s what you need to know about it. Ten years ago, Jay Asher, a novelist specializing in Young Adult fiction, saw his novel about …

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Building the next master race?

master race

The attempts to create a master Aryan race is not the stuff of science fiction or history books anymore. I’m going to tell you a story about an attempt to build a strong nation by breeding better babies. These babies …

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France and down syndrome

Deadly utilitarianism

One of the great men of French history had a daughter with a disability. His faith saw him—and her—through. Late last year, I told you about an extraordinary bit of censorship by the French government. What was censored was an …

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Preach scripture, Fill the pews

church pews

What’s the number one thing we can do to fill our churches? It’s probably not what you think. According to a new Gallup survey, the quality of the worship band isn’t the main reason people go to church. Neither is …

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Opening closed minds the Chick-fil-A way


A new fast-food restaurant on campus should have been a no-brainer. Sadly, closed minds don’t work that way. Some college students at Pittsburgh’s Duquesne University are claiming, like Chicken Little, that the sky is falling. Sadly, given these crazy times, …

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