Marriages Are Up in War-Torn Ukraine

According to the CDC, there were 600,000 fewer marriages in the United States in 2020 than in 2000, even though the population grew by nearly 50 million. While many reasons…

What “The State of Theology” Tells Us

This year’s State of Theology study’s results show that not just Americans but evangelicals in particular are increasingly muddy on core truths such as the nature and character of God,…

Transgender “Medicine” Exposed at Vanderbilt University, Demise of the New Atheism, and Tensions Since Dobbs

John and Maria discuss the dark, lucrative nature of transgender “medicine” revealed by videos disclosed from Vanderbilt University. They conclude that Christians must step into these muddy cultural waters. Later,…

Pro-Life Resources for this Post-Dobbs Moment

After the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, the work to protect preborn lives continues at the ground level, in every community, every city, every church. Here are some…

Losing Our Religion: Blue Laws Decline While Deaths of Despair Do Not

A mortal affliction affects much of America’s heartland. Known as “deaths of despair,” both the Rust Belt and Appalachia have seen incredible spikes in rates of addiction, overdoses, violence, and…

Belarus Cracks Down on Religious Groups

According to Christianity Today, Belarus is cracking down on religious dissent. The new policies come from an earlier case when a Pentecostal group wasn’t allowed to meet together without registering…

Is the New Atheism Dead?

Though it’s not always clear when a movement is over, there are many indicators that suggest this is the case of the “New Atheism,” a cultural wave that rose in…

The Cost of Raising Children

Last month the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal responded to the claim that the average American family spends an estimated $300,000 to raise a child.   Of course kids…

No, Kids Don’t Cost That Much: Cultural Priorities and Parenting Sticker Shock

Grocery store remarks can reveal a lot about a culture. Just ask any mother or father of more than 1.7 children about the comments that strangers somehow feel free to…

Warsaw’s Defiant Jewish Doctors

Earlier this year, two professors at Tufts University rediscovered a book buried deep in their library. It was called Maladie de Famine or The Disease of Starvation. The story behind…