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  • Society Cannot Escape Negative Outcomes of Marriage's Decline

    by Pat Fagan

    April 16, 2015: CNN journalist Carol Costello recently interviewed Kent State University students about marriage. While the (heterosexual) students, both male and female, all looked forward to getting married, the interview highlighted their limited understanding on the impact marriage has on their own lives and on society. Thus, despite their own intentions, they seemed unsure of its importance for the future of children and society. Consider the facts.

  • Brute Force, Cohabitation, and the NFL

    by Pat Fagan and Christina Hadford

    December 19, 2014: Domestic abuse scandals have rampaged through the NFL: Greg Hardy, Rod Smith, Anthony Ray Jefferson, and most recently, Ray Rice. In response, the NFL launched a "thorough review" of its personnel conduct policies, management assembled "critical response teams" to address future violence, and Senator Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) called a congressional hearing to discuss policies related to domestic violence. Unfortunately, however, violence will not wane until efforts are taken to mitigate its cause rather than just control its effects.

  • Marriage Is Timeless, Good for the Family

    by Pat Fagan

    November 21, 2014: In his Tuesday presentation at the International Colloquium on the Complementarity of Man and Woman, evangelical pastor Rev. Dr. Rick Warren reiterated a vital fact that has been lost in the marriage debate: the fundamental good of the family is a timeless truth impenetrable by society's transient whims.

  • Getting a buzz from God

    by Pat Fagan

    September 16, 2013: Religion is a hot topic in the news, with the Pope's recent visit to Brazil and unrest in the Middle East leading to increased killings of Coptic Christians in Egypt and Catholics in Syria.

  • The Supreme Court's First Assault on Marriage

    by Pat Fagan

    March 11, 2013: The Supreme Court first put marriage on its track of decline forty-one years ago, when it ruled that states could not limit the sale of contraceptives to married couples.

  • The Wealth of Nations Depends on the Health of Families

    by Pat Fagan

    February 06, 2013: Family, church, and school are the three basic people-forming institutions, and it is no wonder that they produce the best results--including economic and political ones--when they cooperate.

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