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Your kids can’t have the TV on for very long without coming across alarming new developments with North Korea. Now that North Korea has missiles that can reach the continental United States and the ability to miniaturize a nuclear warhead... Continue...

In a recent interview, Elizabeth Harman, a professor of philosophy at Princeton University, presents what is likely to be the worst defense of abortion ever made by a reputable philosopher. Although I’ll be quoting Harman verbatim throughout this article, I... Continue...

Monday is likely the most dreaded day of the week. And we all know why. It’s the day that crushes the anticipation of Friday, the joy of Saturday, and the restfulness of Sunday. It’s when most of us return to... Continue...

The opioid crisis is the pro-life issue evangelicals aren’t talking about. A recent New Yorker article chronicled the opioid epidemic in West Virginia, including this alarming story that is now far too common across America: Michael Barrett and Jenna Mulligan,... Continue...

For the first time, I watched a live-action superhero movie, and the main character was a woman. “Wonder Woman” has seen major box office success. The film has surpassed “Deadpool” in its earnings, making it the second highest grossing comic... Continue...

I don’t want to spoil your day, but the summer is almost over. Lazy mornings spent sleeping in and lazy evenings spent by the pool are over. Fresh stocks of paper, glue, and other necessary supplies sit ready to be... Continue...

A team of researchers in Oregon has made the first known attempt at creating genetically modified human embryos in the United States, according to MIT Technology Review. Previously, such experiments had only been conducted only a few times by scientists... Continue...

May we pray that the people of Sudan have the peace & joy that only comes from Christ, no matter the circumstance.“Pray also for me, that whenever I open my mouth, words may be given me so that I will... Continue...

Like most of us who came of age in a post-Microsoft world, I grew up on the nursery rhymes written in a culture that idolizes the almighty startup. Whether it was Steve Job’s genius forged in a garage, Bill Gate’s... Continue...

The most common question we get at the ERLC these days comes from parents. It goes something like this: I have a hard enough time understanding for myself what the Bible teaches about today’s hot button cultural issues; how can... Continue...