Until now, at least, words like "husband" and "wife" have been essential to understanding our culture.
Same-sex marriage is, by any measure, the exception rather than the rule.
Human society is a complex reality, but certain constants have framed that reality for human beings.
The shadow of abortion looms large over the American conscience.
The sexual issues now confronting our nation—from the breakdown of the family to same-sex marriage—are really pieces of a much larger puzzle.
The evolutionist is locked into an intellectual box from which there is no rescue.
The public presence of little Trig Palin is a powerful witness to the sanctity of human life, and the knowledge that this little infant with Down syndrome is bringing such joy to his family is upsetting those who believe that babies such as Trig should never be born.
The European Parliament evidently has too much time on its hands.
The headlines tell the story as recent days have seen the American economy and its financial system buffeted by seismic failures and the virtual disappearance of major investment banks.
These days, the issue of family size can be controversial - just ask any couple with several children.
The Church of England may well need to apologize, but not to Charles Darwin.
Hell just emerged as an issue in Election 2008, and the campaign now enters a zone where politics and theology collide.
Senator Joe Biden made headlines by stating that he accepts "as a matter of faith" that human life begins at conception.
Should physicians and other healthcare professionals be required to perform procedures that violate their conscience?
Joseph Bottum remembers a time when America was painted in bold Protestant hues.
What kind of god would be plausible in this postmodern age?
Suffice it to say that I was not very hopeful about the Saddleback Civil Forum on the Presidency held at the California megachurch last Saturday night.
Nanette Burstein's "American Teen" documentary has hit the big screen with a limited release in major American cities.
The fall of yet another politician in a sex scandal has added a note of Schadenfreude to the political season.
Atheism is not a new concept. Even the Bible speaks of the one who tells himself in his heart, "There is no God."
A recent conversation brought a troubling development into focus. A man told me that he had bought a home with some measure of reluctance, fearing that the location of the house so near to a neighborhood playground would mean too much noise.
Solzhenitsyn died in Moscow on Sunday, ending a life of 89 years.
The Economist reports that the main threat to Anglican cohesion is a group of African bishops who refuse to go along with the flow when it comes to normalizing homosexuality, electing openly-homosexual bishops, and the like.
Early in July, OK! magazine featured a cover story about Jamie Lynn Spears and her new baby, Maddie.
Dawkins, pleased to be known as "Darwin's Rotweiller," has been given a new three-part television series in Britain.