Its contributions to cultural literacy make a pretty strong case.
Are you on your partner’s side? If not, what do you think is getting in your way?
If it is in family that we are first provided security, love, community, and socialization, then it seems reasonable to ponder the link between the collapse of community and the collapse of the family.
Why are so many American white men killing themselves and others? And what’s to be done about this phenomenon?
As a church historian, I only aim to brush aside the cobwebs of sensationalism and summarize some of the facts that many serious historians and theologians agree on.
Did the sexual revolution erode men's sense of responsibility toward pregnant women?
The surrounding environment has less to do with it than we've been told.
Gun ownership is not our problem.
Many Christians believe that Glastonbury is the site of the earliest church in Britain, allegedly founded in the first or second century by Joseph of Arimathea.
The life and words of Patrick Henry shed some light on the path to a happy, lasting marriage.
In his autobiographical book A Confession, Leo Tolstoy described the nihilistic beliefs that haunted him.
The Dutch Ministry of Justice announced it is launching criminal investigations into four instances of euthanasia, a sign the nation may be reining its permissive policy.
College students are very supportive of free speech protection... but only if it fits within their idea of diversity and inclusion.
We must own up to the fact that laws and regulations alone cannot produce a civilized society. Morality is society’s first line of defense against uncivilized behavior.
Abigail Marsh, an associate professor of psychology at Georgetown University, has discovered a trait common among altruistic people.
When most people hear the word “secular,” they associate it with those who either don’t believe in God or don’t attend church and pray on a regular basis.
Telling others to 'get on the right side of history' is not just a form of intellectual bullying. It also reveals a tyrannical dimension to those who'd invoke the future to destroy the past.
A return to subsidiarity-style government might be America's best hope to survive. But will it be enough?
In their book ACT on Life not on Anger, psychologists Georg Seifert, Matthew McKay, and John Forsyth dispel myths about anger.
Here are five facts you should know about the man who became the world’s most famous Protestant evangelist.
College professors are realizing that their students don't know how to do anything beyond hooking up.
G. K. Chesterton saw 'creedless vagueness' as potentially more dangerous than dogma.
Writing at NPR, Georgetown University’s Abigail March explains that the nations that provide the most help to strangers are also among the most individualistic.
At the root of our modern holiday is a beautiful fiction. St. Valentine was no lover or patron of love.
‘Have a good time’ is not a recipe for happiness.
Nearly two thousand years ago, a well-known philosopher laid out the characteristics that make up a rational person.
Faith in institutions is collapsing--and the phenomenon is not isolated to America.
G.K. Chesterton believed he had the answer.