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The Briefing 10-09-13

President Obama nominates new head of Federal Reserve; Recipe for compromise at Loyola Marymount: value ethical “diversity” greater than doctrine; “Fashion for Clergywomen” reminder that…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 08-19-13

American foreign policy: speak loudly and carry a very little at all; “Biggest wave of violence against Christians in Egypt’s modern history”; Universal child care…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 08-08-13

Responding to Time cover story: Can we have it all without having children?; Digital Revolution: Avg adult spends 5 hrs online and 4.5 hrs watching…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 08-05-13

Embassies shut down in response to al Qaeda threats; Secular world baffled by In-N-Out, Hobby Lobby, and other “Christian” companies; Pentagon decides explicit magazines no…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 05-30-13

1. Women are now the primary breadwinners in 4 out of 10 families Nearly 40 percent of mothers are now the family breadwinners, report says, ...Read this essay →

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The Myth of the Genderless Baby

Back in the nineteenth century, the British people were introduced to a fairy tale about "water babies" through a story written by Rev. Charles Kingsley....Read this essay →

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Moral Collapse at Ms. Magazine — Sex-Selection Abortion as a ‘Problem’

How can Ms. muster any genuine outrage about sex-selection abortions in India when it has demanded unfettered abortion access in our own country? It cannot,…Read this essay →

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Man Up or Man Down? Newsweek Redefines Masculinity

A healthy masculinity should motivate men to find their way in this new world of changed economic realities and work opportunities, and to do this…Read this essay →

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Why Aren’t ‘Emerging Adults’ Emerging as Adults?

The church would demonstrate the power of the gospel in a whole new way by assisting young people into the successful and faithful transition to…Read this essay →

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The Snare of Beauty — Flashpoints of Our Obsession with Attractiveness

According to the Bible, every single human being is made in the image of God, and is thus, for this reason alone, truly beautiful. Truth…Read this essay →

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Hard to Believe? Biblical Authority and Evangelical Feminism

With this approach to the Bible, you can simply discard any text you dislike. Just dismiss it as a marginal comment, or deny that Paul…Read this essay →

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When Feminism Kills — Abortion As ‘The Lesser Evil’

“If you are willing to die for a cause, you must be prepared to kill for it, too.” That statement, published for all the world…Read this essay →

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The End of Men? — A Hard Look at the Future

What does it mean for large sectors of our society to become virtual matriarchies? How do we prepare the church to deal with such a…Read this essay →

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An Interview with Josh Harris

We all first met him when he wrote his provocative book, "I Kissed Dating Goodbye."  Since then, Josh Harris has written several books including his...Read this essay →

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Women and Children First? A Tale of Two Ships

The tragic sinkings of the two ships Titantic and Lusitania reveal two very different stories.  On the Titantic, many men gave up their seats for...Read this essay →

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Women and Children First? A Tale of Two Ships

The scenario is well known, and the story still haunts the modern mind. The great ocean liner that was built as unsinkable struck an iceberg…Read this essay →

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NewsNote: Seen But Not Heard?

Whatever happened to being seen but not heard? Diana West asks that question in a recent essay, noting that there has been a massive shift...Read this essay →

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Feminism Unfulfilled — Why Are So Many Women Unhappy?

"The woman's movement wasn't about happiness." That judgment, attributed to feminist Susan Faludi, seems to be the blunt assessment shared by many other women. As...Read this essay →

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The True Face of the American Woman

Time Magazine has recently reported on the state of the American woman.  Though many modern women are more powerful and make more money than any...Read this essay →

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Forum on the Life & Legacy of Lottie Moon

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What Women Want: A Response to Feminism

Women are no longer happy.  According to Maureen Dowd, reporting for The New York Times, as women grow older they become less and less happy. ...Read this essay →

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Women Fighting in Combat: is this a Good Idea?

Women are finding an increasing role in the military: fighting in combat along side with men. Is this an appropriate role for women to fulfill?...Read this essay →

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The Cooking Creature — A Call for Recovered Wisdom

In the Age of Enlightenment, James Boswell defined cooking as a distinctive mark of humanity. Humans, he argued, are "the cooking animal." While most living...Read this essay →

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On Second Thought — Why Mother’s Day is a Bad Idea

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The Urgency of Motherhood

More than ever, we are in need of courageous mothers. On today's program, Dr. Mohler welcomes to the program Rebecca Hagelin, Senior Communications Fellow at...Read this essay →

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A “Stained-Glass Ceiling?” A Clarifying Look at a Controversial Question

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A “Stained-Glass Ceiling?” A Clarifying Look at a Controversial Question

As Mary Zeiss Stange sees it, women are being denied their rightful place of leadership in American religious life.  Her logic is clear, and she...Read this essay →

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The Delay of Marriage and the Decline of Church Attendance

W. Bradford Wilcox of the University of Virginia has written a must-read article in the "Houses of Worship" column of The Wall Street Journal. Wilcox...Read this essay →

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Give Me An Answer High School Conference 2009 Plenary Session

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“Boundless” Interview by Podcast

Boundless is a magnificent e-magazine and resource from Focus on the Family.  I recently talked to friends at Boundless when I was in Colorado Springs,...Read this essay →

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