Monthly Archives: October 2013

Should we pull back from politics?

By Russell D. Moore, President of the ERLC Oct 23, 2013 Don’t call it a pullback; we’ve been here for years. The recent profile in the Wall Street Journal highlighted a generational change in terms of the way evangelicals approach cultural and political … Continue reading

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George Washington Quote

“WE ARE PERSUADED THAT GOOD CHRISTIANS WILL ALWAYS BE GOOD CITIZENS, AND THAT WHERE RIGHTEOUSNESS PREVAILS AMONG INDIVIDUALS THE NATION WILL BE GREAT AND HAPPY. THUS WHILE JUST GOVERNMENT PROTECTS ALL IN THEIR RELIGIOUS RIGHTS, TRUE RELIGION AFFORDS TO GOVERNMENT … Continue reading

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Dimming Aspirations in the Rise of Cohabitation

Posted By Collette Caprara  [1] Since 1960, the number of cohabiting couples in our nation has skyrocketed [2] from 450,000 to more than 7.5 million [3]. As a motivation [4] to move into cohabitation, couples have cited spending more time together, the ability to combine their financial resources, and … Continue reading

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Protecting Religious Liberty in the Marriage Debate

By Ryan T. Anderson On September 19, 2013 Bipartisan legislation was introduced today in the House of Representatives that would prevent the federal government from discriminating against citizens and organizations who believe that marriage is the union of a man and a … Continue reading

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