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The Briefing 02-27-14

Rise of erotic liberty at expense of religious liberty in Arizona; Federal judge strikes down Texas same-sex marriage ban; “Healing properties” of broken homes? What…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 09-24-13

Female theology professor at major Christian college comes out as transgender man; For the first time, more Americans 50 and older are divorced than widowed;…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 09-19-13

More than an economic problem: The “lost” generation; After a “he-session,” we are having a “she-covery”; Re-marriage rates on the decline because of cohabitation; 1…Read this essay →

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The Retreat from Marriage — A Recipe for Disaster

For reasons that include all that we can learn from this report, and for many more that we know from the Scriptures and Christian wisdom,…Read this essay →

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Divorce — The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience

Evangelical Christians are gravely concerned about the family, and this is good and necessary. But our credibility on the issue of marriage is significantly discounted…Read this essay →

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Is “Ever After” Just Too Long? Marriage and Modernity

We have become a culture that believes that staying together unto death is just too much to ask.Read this essay →

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Permanence Before Experience: The Wisdom of Marriage

The onslaught of modernity has challenged basic assumptions about marriage that existed merely decades ago.  Instead of marriage being the beginning of the permanence of...Read this essay →

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NewsNote: A Message from Michigan?

All laws are intended to have an effect, but one of the perverse rules of politics is that laws often have effects very different than...Read this essay →

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Committed? Not By a Long Shot

Elizabeth Gilbert is once again a married woman, and she has written a rather lengthy memoir in order to explain why. While in ordinary circumstances...Read this essay →

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The Marriage Index — A Revealing Look at the Nation

Why hasn't this been done before? That question comes immediately to mind in light of the release of "The Marriage Index," a project undertaken by...Read this essay →

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The Divorce Divide — A National Embarrassment

There are few national tragedies that can match the devastating effect of the Divorce Revolution. Four decades after California launched the revolution, the impact of...Read this essay →

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The Divorce Divide and the American Conscience

Divorce is becoming the new norm in America.  Rather than honoring their marriage contracts, couples are breaking their vows, leaving their children and finding ways to...Read this essay →

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Taken into Custody: A Conversation with Stephen Baskerville

An Encore Presentation From 3/31/08Read this essay →

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Newsweek Discovers the Divorce Generation

"In our parents' generation, marriage was still the most powerful social force. In ours, it was divorce," writes David J. Jefferson. "My 44-year-old classmates and...Read this essay →

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The Divorce Industrial Complex

Americans are generally aware that our Divorce Culture is a documented tragedy, but most seem to think that the availability of so-called "no fault" divorce...Read this essay →

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Taken into Custody: A Conversation with Stephen Baskerville

What effect has the divorce industry had upon the American family? In Taken into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family, Stephen Baskerville...Read this essay →

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Divorce And Remarriage: A Shifting Evangelical Consensus?

The media has taken note of evangelicals' gradual acceptance of a new position on divorce and remarriage. On today's program, Dr. Mohler takes a look...Read this essay →

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Old and Alone?

For many years now, Elizabeth Marquardt has been producing some of the most compelling research on the children of divorce. As her research makes clear,...Read this essay →

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Old and Alone?

For many years now, Elizabeth Marquardt has been producing some of the most compelling research on the children of divorce. As her research makes clear,...Read this essay →

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The Feminization of the Ministry — A Milestone in Britain

The Church of England ordained more women than men in the past year, according to news reports across Great Britain. The church reported a total...Read this essay →

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Are Evangelicals Really Rethinking Divorce?

Christianity Today's recent cover story by David Instone-Brewer has prompted a surge of debate among evangelicals about the biblical criteria for divorce and remarriage. Now,...Read this essay →

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A “Fine French Art” America Cannot Afford — Does Marriage Really Matter Anymore?

Few divorces make international headlines but when one spouse is the President of France, the international media take notice. What the media make of the...Read this essay →

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Anglicans on the Brink

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, is set to meet with the bishops of the Episcopal Church USA [ECUSA] in a last-ditch effort to avoid...Read this essay →

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Without Fathers, Without Rules, Without Consequences, Without Hope

Modern societies seem absolutely determined to undermine their own foundations. This is especially true of intellectual elites who see the traditional structures of society as...Read this essay →

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Heresy Precedes Homosexuality

The mere fact that the Rt. Rev. Gene Robinson is the Episcopal Church's first openly homosexual bishop ensures that he will be a media celebrity...Read this essay →

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Why the Baby Bust?

Azure is a serious journal of ideas that states its mission as providing "ideas for the Jewish nation." In the Summer 2007 edition [Jewish year...Read this essay →

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The Fate of the Family and the Future of the Church

Is the future of our congregations tied to the fate of the family? Professor W. Bradford Wilcox of the University of Virginia is sure that...Read this essay →

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“A Barometer of Social Breakdown” — Greeting Cards in the Postmodern Age

Our greeting cards betray us. According to Hallmark, Americans gave approximately 103 million Father's Day cards this past weekend, but only half of those were...Read this essay →

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We’re All Moralists Now?

Writing in The Weekly Standard, Andrew Ferguson makes an important point. Everyone, it seems, has a moral cause. The virtue of Ferguson's article is that...Read this essay →

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Defining Marriage Down?

David Blankenhorn, president of the Institute for American Values, takes on the issue of same-sex marriage in The Future of Marriage, soon to be released...Read this essay →

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