Resources by 2013

For years, marriage advocates have argued that legally redefining marriage to include more than a man and a woman would lead inexorably to polygamy, polyandry, etc., because once marriage is redefined, there is no limiting principle to prevent its redefinition... Continue...

It is during this season, the glorious Christmas season, that my wife watches her favorite channel the most. Unfortunately for me, that channel is not one of the ESPN family of networks, but the Hallmark Channel. I’m generally a fan... Continue...

On Friday, December 13, 2013, Robert P. George was honored as the recipient of the 2013 John Leland Religious Liberty Award. The following is a transcript of the Leland Award Lecture on Religious Liberty by Dr. George.  On the tombstone of John Leland, the following... Continue...

Whenever the topic of politics comes up, I always think of demons. Not because politics or politicians are evil, of course, but because of how C.S. Lewis’ fictional conversation between Screwtape and Wormwood demonstrates one of Christianity’s most unsettled and... Continue...

Ryan T. Anderson, Heritage Foundation, explains how churches should minister to infertile couples in their congregations and outlines the roots of parenthood. Continue...

“The issue of research involving stem cells derived from human embryos is increasingly the subject of a national debate and dinner table discussions,” said President George W. Bush in a 2001 speech announcing his policy on embryonic stem cell research.... Continue...

Andrew T. Walker, ERLC, and Bryant Millsaps, president of Tennessee Baptist Children's Homes, talk about the agency's commitment to operating without government funding. The stand keeps the organization dependent on and accountable to Tennessee Baptists and frees them to be... Continue...

Did you hear about what so and so has done? She should be ashamed and deserves to be humiliated. We hear these words whispered in our communities, on the Internet, and worse in our churches. We look around and see... Continue...