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Books for a Summer Season — Some Recommended Reading

Serious readers tend to read by season. A worthy book is ripe for the reading in any season, but winter seems to privilege the weightier...Read this essay →

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The Briefing

Death comes to a pornographer... Sharia law and democracy... Rethinking Halloween... Men wearing makeup... Britain's defense cuts... And student's who prefer paper

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The Briefing

The Crystal Cathedral declares bankruptcy... A new campaign speaks to gay youth... A champion for the unborn dies... Can we see the end of the...

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  • Lady Thatcher
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Summer Reading: Books Fit For the Season

The arrival of summer brings family vacations, time at the pool, and a chance to read books!  This is a good opportunity to enjoy biographies,...Read this essay →

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Banned Book Week – Parenting at the Mercy of the Local Librarian

Banned Books Week is this week in America, trying to draw attention to the dangers of limiting access to all types of information.  But are...Read this essay →

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What Christian Fiction Reveals about Christianity

Christian fiction novels are both powerful and influential in the Church. What message does the content of Christian fiction send about where the heart of...Read this essay →

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Should the United Nations Protect Religions from Defamation?

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Health Alert — Read to Save Your Life

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What Do We Expect From A President?

Just what should we expect from our President? That's the question American continually must ask themselves every four years. With the emergence of two clear...Read this essay →

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What Makes Humans Different?

Just what makes humans different from other animals? A recent article in New Scientist explains how scientists and bioethicists are struggling to explain human exceptionalism....Read this essay →

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Losing to the Glory of God

Last night's NCAA men's basketball championship game reminds us of both the elation that comes with victory and the disappointment of losing. On today's program,...Read this essay →

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The Twilight of the Books?

Writing in The New Yorker, Caleb Crain warns that literary reading is fast disappearing as Americans are shifting attention to amusements. In "The Twilight of...Read this essay →

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Ask Anything Wednesday

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Ask Anything Wednesday

Call with your question - you set the agenda.1-877-893-TALK(8255)Read this essay →

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Homosexuality And Complementarity: The Controversy Surrounding Dr. James Holsinger

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Homosexuality And Complementarity: The Controversy Surrounding Dr. James Holsinger

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Does Motherhood Mean Anything?

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad played the media like a musical instrument, greeting the captives just prior to their release. The Muslim world loved it. Tragically,...Read this essay →

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Defining Literacy Down — Do Your Kids Read Books?

Educators and librarians are noticing a troubling trend among our kids: they're in the library, but they aren't reading. On today's program, Dr. Mohler speaks...Read this essay →

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Public Schools Redefining The Family

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The Darkening Of Children’s Literature

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Christian Romance Novels and the State of the Church

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Finding God In Harry Potter?

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