Preach from the rooftops: Evangelium Vitae at Twenty

The girl with two mommies

In the headlong rush for ‘rights’, children are an afterthought

Dolce & Gabbana under fire for defending the traditional family

If you were a fan of “God’s Not Dead” you won’t want to miss “Do You Believe?”

Chipotle’s pork choice – and religious freedom

Emerging countries say internet is bad for morality, study finds

Behold! What Shakespeare’s words on mercy can teach us about Internet shaming

Kara Tippetts, a woman who wrote an open letter to Brittany Maynard, is about to die

How Hollywood can save our families

Catholic school suspends teacher after celebrity Susan Sarandon complains about “anti-gay rant”

‘Justified’ actor Nick Search to direct ‘Gosnell’ abortion movie

Evangelicals are shifting on same-sex marriage, but it’s no avalanche

PCA affirms Biblical marriage

    byFaith: The Office of the Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) has received numerous emails regarding the recent action of the mainline Presbyterian Church (USA) in redefining marriage. On March 17, 2015 the Presbyterian Church (USA) approved language that allows its ministers to officiate at same-sex marriages in its churches. The change comes after the General Assembly and a majority of that denomination’s 171 presbyteries approved an amendment to their Book of Order that describes marriage as “a unique relationship between two people, traditionally a man and a woman.”


  • Posted: 03/18/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: byfaithonline.com

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Largest Presbyterian denomination gives final approval for same-sex marriage

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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Choose your own sexual ethics adventure

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

“Best. Catfight. Ever.”

Dear Dolce & Gabbana: A letter of support

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

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

Research release: Youth produced sexual content

Why are Americans happy and religious?

We live in an age of irrational parenting

Southern Baptist leaders highlight benefits of youthful matrimony

Do you believe? What will you do about it?

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

Your Facebook gender can now be anything you want

How to change hearts on abortion in under one minute

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

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

Russell Brand is worried about your porn habit. Should you be?

Adopting beauty and dignity

Can there be rational reasons for not supporting same sex marriage?

Blaming the poor: The cruel speech of conservatives who don’t see

    Aleteia: Writing in the English newspaper The Guardian, Lucy Mangan tells of people reacting to her raising money for a home for battered women by demanding, “Why don’t these women just leave?” The obvious answer is that when you’ve been beaten for a long time and psychologically broken down, and have no resources, and are scared for yourself and your children’s safety, and fear you’ll be killed, and most to the point have nowhere to go if you do leave, you can’t.


  • Posted: 03/04/2015
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: www.aleteia.org

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Same-sex marriage proponents claim “right side of history”

“The Emperor’s New Gender”: Why Pope Francis is speaking out

Why iChristianity will lose the culture war

Why do these six women regret their abortions? “I think about my baby every day”

Six practical tips for having good dialogues (video)

The secret shame of abortion in the church

An insider’s view of the pro-life movement

The implications of extending marriage benefits to same-sex couples

Rob Bell to Oprah: Church is ‘moments away’ from embracing same-sex marriage

The two shall become one flesh: Reclaiming marriage

How to start a productive conversation on abortion

Commentary on NYT: Freedom for cartoons, not for man’s conscience

What ‘Frozen’ says about love in middle America

How a wedding engagement changes Twitter feeds

U.S. Satisfaction with religion settling at lower levels

    Gallup: A slight majority of Americans, 53%, are satisfied with the influence of organized religion in the U.S. This level of satisfaction has changed little over the past three years, but remains down from what Gallup has measured previously — including higher levels measured in 2001 to 2004 — suggesting that Americans’ satisfaction with organized religion has settled in at a new baseline.


  • Posted: 02/13/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.gallup.com

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Why men are killing themselves

Redefining marriage redefines parenthood

Why politics still matter: The temptation to withdraw is ever with us

    Christianity Today: It’s not news that politics can be dreary and dysfunctional. For this reason, as we begin another long season of presidential election politics, many Christians are running for cover, eager to avoid politics as much as possible. The reasons for withdrawal have become predictable. Some suggest politics is too broken, too corrupt, for Christians get involved in without sacrificing faithfulness. Others claim politics is a distraction from more spiritual pursuits. These are both long-held, persistent ideas, each with their own merits, but they are ultimately incomplete.


  • Posted: 02/12/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.christianitytoday.com

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Christian and counter-cultural: A response to Michael Hanby

    First Things: Over the past decade, especially in the struggle over same-sex marriage, some of my friends and allies among social and religious conservatives have called me a defeatist for my culture-war pessimism. I believe that pessimism today is simply realism, and that it is better for us to retreat strategically to a position that we are capable of defending. The cultural battlefield has changed far more than many of us realize.


  • Posted: 02/12/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg thinks Americans are ready for same-sex marriage

The LDS church and same-sex marriage

Ousted HGTV duo the Benham brothers say Biblical principles are under attack

Love, tax, and wedlock

Has a woman aborted her baby because it’s a boy?

Writing as though history happened: On being countercultural Christians

How believing in the Bible can you get you canned in today’s America

Dad refuses to give up newborn son with Down syndrome

Many heroes, so little heroism

The girl in the tuxedo: Two variations on sexual orientation and gender identity

Is Christian teaching on sexuality psychologically harmful?

The myth of the harmless wrong

Pandora’s argument: Why justified same-sex marriage justifies anything

Good news: The next generation is pro-life on abortion

Among young Christians, moral discomfort with birth control grows

“Conjugal Union: What Marriage Is and Why It Matters”: A review

Joining the other side: My two days as a pro-life activist at the March for Life

    Contributoria: For the last two years of reporting on the activities on abortion opponents, at some point during an interview the subject would inevitably ask me if I had ever attended the March for Life in Washington, DC. Part memorial, part celebration, the march has become an annual rite of passage for those who devote their energy, money and time to ending legal, safe abortion access in the US. What started in 1974 as a protest of the Supreme Court decision acknowledging a right to an abortion that no state could prohibit has evolved in the following four decades. Now it is a multi-day event that combines reunion, grassroots political organisation and a generational torch passing as the original pool of pro-life activists train those born after Roe and who will inherit the mission of bringing abortion to an end.


  • Posted: 02/02/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: contributoria.com

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