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  • 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.

  • Being Thankful for Adoption

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    November 26, 2015: Having just celebrated Thanksgiving, let's hope we all counted at least some of our Creator's wonderful blessings. "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of Lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change," the apostle James tells us (1:17). The object of our gratitude is not a mythical and impersonal Nature Mother but the true and personal God the Father.

  • Millennials Meet Ultrasounds: The Conscience, Technology, and New Life

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    November 24, 2015: In a recent cover story titled, "How Millennial Parents Think Differently About Raising Kids," TIME magazine reporter Katy Steinmetz describes how younger moms and dads are bringing up their kids with a host of values - some more traditional, others much more unconventional.

  • On Children, China, America, and Abortion

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    November 13, 2015: The news that China has now decided to relax its "one-child" policy and "allow" women to have two children should be greeted with mixed emotions. The costs of the past nearly four decades of forced abortion are too painful to consider, and the continued brutality against women who become pregnant with a second and, now, a third child is an all too present reality.

  • China's Policy Should Be 'All Children,' Not One or Two

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    November 01, 2015: The sheer horror of China's policy of forced abortion on women who become pregnant with a second child is tortuous. The number of unborn Chinese children - overwhelmingly girls - who have been aborted is staggering. The brutality of the means by which countless Chinese women are subject to abortion surgery is sub-human.

  • Evangelicals in the Public Square: Straw-Men Need Not Apply

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    October 31, 2015: There is much to commend in Mike Gerson and Pete Wehner's Christianity Today article on Christian flourishing "in a same-sex world." Indeed, as they contend, "this moment can turn out to be not a calamity but a greater and grander stage for the true, enduring, and life-giving message of the gospel."

  • Bedtime, School Time and Families

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    October 07, 2015: It's been said that bedtime is the perfect time for kids to ask questions, request food, require additional bathroom breaks and need a nightlight.

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