There’s an ancient story about the Greek oracle at Dodona, less famous cousin to the one at Delphi. Once upon a time, a king came to Dodona to consult the oracle about his fate in an upcoming battle. “Shall I go out to...

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With the radical redefinition of marriage today – where the complementarity of male and female has become merely a matter of preference – most people in the Christian and Jewish communities are concerned about the...

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Mothers and fathers are obviously different. But do we appreciate how these differences contribute to healthy child development? In the passenger lounge of the Kansas City airport some years ago, I saw the most...

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This April marks the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. As might be expected, the event has inspired commemorations of various sorts, not just in the U.K. but around the globe. And whether one is a...

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Reading the Bible like a real book

By Subby Szterszky | May 3, 2016 | Post your comment | Faith + Religion

There’s an ancient story about the Greek oracle at Dodona, less famous cousin to the one at Delphi. Once upon a time, a king came to Dodona to consult the oracle about his fate in an upcoming battle. “Shall I go out to face my foe?” the king asked...

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Should civil marriage matter to Christians?

By Glenn T. Stanton | May 3, 2016 | Post your comment | Marriage + Family

With the radical redefinition of marriage today – where the complementarity of male and female has become merely a matter of preference – most people in the Christian and Jewish communities are concerned about the future of marriage. Some are...

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Why dads matter and moms don’t toss babies

By Glenn T. Stanton | April 21, 2016 | Post your comment | Marriage + Family

Mothers and fathers are obviously different. But do we appreciate how these differences contribute to healthy child development? In the passenger lounge of the Kansas City airport some years ago, I saw the most amazing thing: an infant flying...

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