The State of Our Marriages

It’s no secret that marriage in America is floundering. Whether it’s divorce, cohabitation, or unfaithfulness, corrosive influences throughout the culture are leaving fewer intact, healthy marriages all the time. But what can couples who’ve already tied the knot or who plan to do to increase their likelihood of success? To answer that, we need to understand how this situation developed.

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A Message to the Mayor

As just the latest in a parade of demands by political officials and courts that Christians set aside their deeply-held beliefs, the skirmish in Houston of the Mayor's threat to subpoena pastors if they fail to turn over their sermons takes on great significance. The legal heat is on, whether it’s judges ordering Christian business owners to celebrate same-sex weddings, private venues sued, or threatening jail time for pastors who refuse to officiate gay “marriages.”

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Puritanical Feminism

Has the sexual revolution come full circle? That’s been the subject of several editorials in conservative publications of late, whose authors observe a marked shift in progressive rhetoric about the hookup scene, particularly on college campuses. Writers like Heather Mac Donald in The Weekly Standard note that censures and policy changes in schools around the country display a radically new attitude toward casual encounters between students.

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The Journal | October 2014

Get to know the world's most important book, the Bible, in this month's Journal. Learn what some of America's founders said about the Bible and Christianity, why Christians need to take the Bible seriously, and ten steps to take to best study the Bible. Doc's recent readings include international affairs, climate change, education, homosexuality, and more.

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