Given what is at stake, this is a vitally important question, especially since social science itself is in the midst of what’s called a “replication crisis.” In other words, when other researchers try to replicate the findings of studies in the social sciences, they often cannot. This failure of replication even includes studies that are regarded as canonical in some fields.
Rather than compromise Church teaching, CSS challenged the city’s action in court. They lost at the Third Circuit, but in a 9-0 decision, CSS and religious freedom won the day at the Supreme Court.
Churches have failed to teach young people a true, Christian understanding of sex and the human body.
The only doubts that exist about Trevor Lawrence’s potential in the NFL have nothing to do with talent or poise, but concern his character.
On April 19, the Biden administration filed an appeal in a case that could force “religious doctors and hospitals to perform potentially harmful gender-transition procedures against their conscience and professional medical judgment.”
In the wake of the “racial reckoning” of the past year, denying what the historical record plainly reveals about Margaret Sanger is no longer tenable.
Male sperm counts around the world are in decline and, by one estimate, a real “Year Omega” could arrive in 2045.
March Madness will be, as the American head of British bookmaker William Hill predicted, “very heavily bet.” The American Gaming Association expects about $8.5 billion to be wagered on the tournament.
Recent events in the region have nearly accomplished what 14 centuries of Islamic oppression couldn’t. Iraq’s Christians are, as the Archbishop of Irbil put it in 2019, “perilously close to extinction.”
At the start of the pandemic, many expected the lockdowns and quarantines to lead to a “baby boom.” Well, the data is in. Instead of a “boom” it’s been a “bust.”