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The Right to Kill: Does Life in the Womb Matter?

Infanticide and the Left By Ramesh Ponnuru February 2019 Kathy Tran, a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates, would like you to know that she “misspoke.” When a Republican colleague asked whether her legislation would allow a pregnant … Continue reading

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Morality, Tolerance, Diversity, and Borders

Who We Are As a People– The Syrian Refugee Question By Edward J. Erler, Ph.D. (Co-author, The Founders on Citizenship and Immigration) Nothing has provoked the ire of America’s bipartisan political class as much as Donald Trump’s recent proposal that the … Continue reading

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Sexuality: The Early Church and the Roman Empire

3 Awful Features of Roman Sexual Morality By Tim Challies October 2016 Whatever else you know about the Bible, I’m sure you know this: It lays out a sexual ethic that displays God’s intent in creating sexuality and that challenges … Continue reading

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