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November 19, 2007
A story by David Crary for the Associated Press notes the growing consensus among family scholars: children who grow up in “non-traditional” homes, particularly those marked by cohabitation, are more likely to be the victims of abuse. On today’s program, guest host Russell Moore talks with Brad Wilcox, professor of sociology at the University of…
October 22, 2007
The Wall Street Journal reports that Deloitte & Touche USA is training its consultants to understand the differences between men and women when it comes to communication. It seems that the firm suggests, among other things, that its male consultants learn that women prefer a conversation across a table, face-to-face rather than side-by-side.
October 19, 2007
October 19, 2007
Bill Cosby worked his way into American hearts through his great talent as a comedian and actor, but there has always been more to Bill Cosby than any laugh line can convey. He is also a man of ideas and a man who cares deeply about his country.
September 25, 2007
When the college at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary announced its plans to introduce a bachelor’s degree in the humanities with an emphasis on homemaking for women the school incited a national debate. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler welcomes Paige Patterson, president of SWBTS, for a conversation about why the program caused such a controversy.
September 24, 2007
This much is now clear — Americans are taking a lot longer to grow up. As a matter of fact, this society has developed a period of extended adolescence that is completely without precedent in human history.
September 21, 2007
Are adults becoming extinct in America? Not if you look at Census data, but according to Diana West we have become a nation of people obsessed with adolescence. As we do so, she argues, we imperil the fate of western civilization itself. On today’s program, Ms. West joins us for a conversation about her new…
August 27, 2007
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 repressive rather than essential. Thus, overthrowing these structures becomes an exercise in self-defined liberation. Sadly, what inevitably results is disaster.
August 13, 2007
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 this is so, and his research and analysis is impossible to ignore. In his essay, “As the Family Goes,” published in First Things, Wilcox argues that the future of America’s Christian congregations will “rise and fall with the fortunes of the intact, married family.”
July 31, 2007
July 27, 2007