Largest Presbyterian denomination gives final approval for same-sex marriage

Democrats block bill to help sex trafficking victims a third time to push abortion funding

Synthetic children: Why Elton John is wrong about Dolce & Gabbana

Scientific-sounding excuses for promiscuity

    Aleteia: One of man’s persistent dreams is to find a good reason he can’t help sinning. It started with Adam’s trying to blame Eve. Modern man naturally turns to science for this, and as he has learned more about himself and the world around him, he has also grown more ingenious in finding ways to explain why he cannot help breaking the moral law. On the one hand we have cell phones and brain surgery, on the other sophisticated defenses of sexual treachery.


  • Posted: 03/18/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.aleteia.org

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Reid blocks bill to help sex-trafficking victims because it doesn’t fund elective abortions

Poll did not ask about religious exemptions

Why San Francisco’s largest evangelical church is wrong about sex

“Dear gay community: Your kids are hurting”

Alabama federal judge declines to lift same-sex marriage order

Choose your own sexual ethics adventure

Men, money, and the marriage crisis

Seven-lawyer line-up for same-sex marriage hearings?

Groups call for Senate to pass pro-life anti-trafficking bill

Isn’t the Christian view of sexuality dangerous and harmful?

“Best. Catfight. Ever.”

Natural Law and the unity and truth of sexual ethics: A reply to Gary Gutting

When orphan care goes bad: Russell Moore on why adoption is not for everyone

No judgment at Planet Fitness? (audio)

Dear Dolce & Gabbana: A letter of support

Dolce & Gabbana: “The only family is the traditional one”

Federal court precedent: A defense of Judge Roy Moore and the Alabama Supreme Court

Gordon College reaffirms sexuality policy, launches taskforce

“I miss my daddy. Divorce stinks.”

The Supreme Court and same-sex marriage: Is the public ready?

Research release: Youth produced sexual content

First comes love, then comes marriage… tying the knot before first baby is a key ingredient for marriage success

How Congress can protect adoption, foster care agencies who want mom, dad for kids

‘Marriage is the bond that lasts’ says columnist

Alabama Supreme Court forbids judge at center of same-sex marriage lawsuit from issuing licenses

Kids’ time with parents matters, but not in the way you might expect

    Family Studies: In 1965, American mothers spent an average of eight hours a week on paid work and 10 hours a week on child care. In 2011, they worked 21 hours a week—and spent 14 hours on child care. That is, even as they became much more likely to spend a significant amount of time at work, moms came to devote more time, not less, to their kids. Do you think children benefited from that change? Restricting the question to today, are kids who spend more time with their moms more likely to do well on standard academic and behavioral measures?


  • Posted: 03/13/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: family-studies.org

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Eight idea for protecting your marriage from divorce

Americans should be free to practice faith

Project Relate Oklahoma: A proven strategy for strengthening families

N.J. has lowest remarriage rate in country, Census finds

Obama administration urges nationwide recognition of same-sex marriage

The “Utah Compromise”

We live in an age of irrational parenting

Memo to Supreme Court: Nothing in the Constitution requires states to redefine marriage

School plan to change gender stereotypes causes storm in Italy

Military chaplain fired for promoting biblical beliefs

The growing conflict between religious groups and same-sex marriage advocates

Southern Baptist leaders highlight benefits of youthful matrimony

Experts debate same-sex marriage

House passes bill to abolish Oklahoma marriage licenses

Utah passes antidiscrimination bill backed by Mormon leaders

Former SEALs chaplain could be kicked out of Navy for Christian beliefs

“Child marriage” at seventeen?

Applying Holt v. Hobbs to a complex case – The demands of a transgender Native American inmate

Same-sex marriage briefs swamp Supreme Court

Obama administration joins fight for same-sex marriage

Same-sex marriage gains rapid support with U.S. public, including conservatives

Bill prevents discrimination against religious organizations offering welfare services

Groups rally against Colorado religious liberties bills

Scotland rejects adultery petition

Planet Fitness ‘non-judgmental’ about woman exposed to man in women’s locker room

Hearts, parts, and minds: The truth comes out

    Public Discourse: However, once I did begin to think about what I was doing and where my life was headed, I eventually came to the conclusion that I had committed a grave injustice against my kids by divorcing my wife and attempting to create a family with another man. They deserved to be raised by both their mom and dad under the same roof. Who was I to deny them this most basic of children’s rights? I became determined to find a way to bring our family back together for the sake of our kids as they finished out their high school years.


  • Posted: 03/09/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.thepublicdiscourse.com

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“I’m gay and I oppose same-sex marriage”

Same-sex weddings mandate gets new judgment day

Over 300 Republicans petition Supreme Court to legalize same-sex marriage

Alabama Supreme Court: School-choice tax credits for parents legal

District court invalidates Nebraska’s marriage law

South Korea decriminalises adultery

Your Facebook gender can now be anything you want

Owners who refused cake for same-sex ceremony close shop

Biblical orthodoxy and the disqualification of Christians from public service

Businesses back same-sex marriage as Supreme Court sets April 28 showdown

Freedom yes, redefining marriage no

Is Utah’s religious liberty bill good policy?

After speaking honestly about his religious views, baseball player instructed to only talk sports