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  • 'Baby' Versus 'Fetus': Why Terminology Matters

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    March 04, 2016: "Jurors in stolen unborn baby trial won't hear about cause of death." This is the headline of the Associated Press story carried on the website of the NBC affiliate television station (KXAN) in Austin, Texas.

  • The abortion industry is in welcome crisis

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    February 26, 2016: "Nothing stamped with the Divine image and likeness was sent into the world to be trodden on, and degraded, and imbruted by its fellows." - Abraham Lincoln, Speech at Lewistown, Illinois, August 17, 1858

  • Unconditional: Christian love when a child 'comes out'

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    February 11, 2016: President Obama spoke of many things in his State of the Union message; his take on events and priorities, foreign and domestic, is very different than any conservatives would give them.

  • A Good Society Depends on Hospitality, Order, and Justice

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    February 02, 2016: If you go into any grocery store, the first thing you'll notice is order. The aisles are in precisely ordered rows. Food, flowers, and goods of all kinds are delegated to specific areas and signs and numbers point to where you can find what you want.

  • The War on Christmas

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    December 22, 2015: There is a war on Christmas, one of much greater magnitude than generally is reported. It's not a war against saying "Merry Christmas" or public nativity scenes or religious billboards, although sometimes opposition to these things takes place. Much more profoundly the war against Christmas is waged not seasonally or incidentally. It's deliberate, sweeping, invasive, and brutal.

  • The Trouble with 'Persons'

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    December 14, 2015: A fascinating article in The Public Discourse by political scientist Carson Holloway of The Heritage Foundation makes an irrefutable case that "corporations are people, too."

  • Daddy's Girl: How Fatherlessness Impacts Early Sexual Activity, Teen Pregnancy, and Sexual Abuse

    by Rob Schwarzwalder and Natasha Tax

    December 10, 2015: The pathologies and moral crises of our era do not stand in isolation. They are entwined, inextricably. The pound of flesh demanded by Shylock from Antonio in "The Merchant of Venice" could not be removed without the loss of Antonio's blood. The veins of the victim, laced throughout his body, were impossible to segregate from the flesh itself. So it is with the intersecting layers of family life, human sexual behavior, public policy, and the well-being of our children.

  • Christians forgive murderers even after mass shootings

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    December 07, 2015: The murderous attacks in San Bernardino, Calif., are too fresh to address at any length. The brutality and horror of the killings of the innocent and the bloody shootout, the indescribable grief of the families, and the sheer shock of such an incident occurring in an otherwise quiet community demand prayer, reflection, and comfort more than quick and inevitably inadequate pontification.

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