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by on July 30th, 2014

Requiring all colleges and universities to adopt the same practices and policies would destroy their institutional identities and prevent them from achieving their diverse missions.

by on July 29th, 2014

Contra Brigitte Gabriel, history tells us that peaceful Muslims do matter.

by and on July 28th, 2014

Opportunity is not merely the absence of artificially imposed impediments. It is also the capacity to pursue happiness, individually and in community. Adapted from the 2014 Index of Culture and Opportunity.

by and on July 25th, 2014

Although we disagree with each other about the nature of marriage, we are united in the conviction that it is an issue on which reasonable people of good will can and do reach divergent conclusions.

by on July 24th, 2014

Part four of a continuing exchange between Doig and George on the meaning and purpose of marriage.

by on July 23rd, 2014

Part three of a continuing exchange between Doig and George on the meaning and purpose of marriage.

by on July 22nd, 2014

George replies to Doig’s criticisms of George’s arguments regarding marriage. The second in a week-long exchange.

by on July 21st, 2014

What’s wrong with a long-term committed child-rearing same-sex relationship? Nothing, says Jameson W. Doig. The first in a week-long exchange with Robert P. George.

by on July 18th, 2014

The “why?” we ask of God receives its most persuasive answer in the beauty, the love, and the heroic devotion of human life.

by and on July 17th, 2014

It's time to change the way we talk about sexual assault on campus. The second of a two-part series.

by and on July 16th, 2014

The sexual assault epidemic on college campuses is created, in part, by the effects of the hook-up culture. The first in a two-part series.

by on July 15th, 2014

Lowering standards of proof in campus tribunals is not the best way to combat the scourge of sexual assault on campus. Instead, colleges should strengthen and enforce policies that combat excessive alcohol use.

by on July 14th, 2014

Sexual assault should be adjudicated in courts, not in campus tribunals.

by on July 11th, 2014

The Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case missed an important point. As with churches, the government has no compelling interest in coercing businesses and organizations with religious objections to carry out the HHS mandate.

by on July 10th, 2014

Contra Justice Ginsburg, the Hobby Lobby decision is no cause for alarm. Yet we should acknowledge and address a fear she highlights: the serious obstacles women face today in the realms of sex, marriage, and parenthood.

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by Mark Regnerus on August 11th, 2014
Churchgoing Christians who support same-sex marriage are more likely to think pornography, cohabitation, hook-ups, adultery, polyamory, and abortion are acceptable. And it’s reasonable to expect continued change in more permissive directions.
by Charles J. Chaput on August 7th, 2014
It’s in seeking Jesus Christ with all our hearts that culture is built and society is renewed. It’s in prayer, the sacraments, changing diapers, balancing budgets, preaching homilies, loving a spouse, forgiving and seeking forgiveness—all in the spirit of charity—that, brick by brick, we bring about the kingdom of God. Adapted from an address delivered August 6th at the Archdiocese of Toronto’s “Faith in the Public Square” symposium.
by Anne Hendershott on October 28th, 2008
Nearly half of all African-American pregnancies end in abortion, and social inequality isn't the only reason why.
by William Doino Jr. on November 18th, 2011
In Randall Kennedy’s new book on the dimensions of race in American politics, Kennedy abandons his usual level-headed analysis for a partisan, and misguided, look at American progressivism and conservatism.
by Joseph Bottum on November 29th, 2011
If one doubts America’s high authority to undertake war for the sake of ideals, one must also question its high authority to administer the death penalty.

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