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Daddy Daycare: Germany Launches Kindergarten for Men

Several years ago, the Candid Camera television show tried a hidden camera stunt featuring a man being led by a leash around a department store by his shopping wife. The show recorded the outraged and incredulous looks of shoppers, who were asked by the woman if they could watch after her husband for a moment while she checked out. What seemed farcical in the twentieth century seems perfectly reasonable for

Do Southern Democrats Have Time for the Future?

I did not learn to care about unborn human life or about the centrality of marriage to human culture in my boyhood Southern Baptist congregation. I came to care about these things on the campaign trail with a Democratic United States Congressman from Mississippi. I won’t say that everything I know about politics I learned from the Mississippi Democratic Party. But close. As a young idealistic Southerner, I was a

Too Fat for the Grave: The Death Industry on the Super-Sizing of America

“Mom’s not going to look comfortable in that casket.” That’s the newest euphemism of the funeral industry, according to the New York Times. The carefully crafted phrase is a way to tell grieving family members that their loved one will require a larger-than-standard casket. And, according to the Times, funeral directors are saying it more and more. In fact, the article notes that a new industry is emerging around the

Moore Discusses New Glamour Bible on 'Issues, Etc' Radio Show

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Dr. Russell Moore discusses the new Revolve New Testament. Listen to his interview from Issues, Etc here: MP3.

Confronting the Latchkey Culture: Work, Family, and American Individualism

“The child care crisis is so acute that child care workers in many areas of the country are unable to find adequate day care for their own children,” complains Patty Siegel, a child care consultant in California.  Now, let’s stop for a moment to diagram that sentence.  The absurdity in Siegel’s complaint is cited by scholar Brian Robertson as precisely the reason why Americans need to rethink the American pressure

Mister Jefferson, Tear Down This Wall? The Debate Over Separation of Church and State

Several years ago, a children’s animated film on the life of Christ jazzed up a bit the encounter between Jesus and the religious leaders over Caesar’s coin. In this version, after Jesus pronounced “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s”, he threw the coin to the floor of the Temple. As it rolled across the stone, the film pictured Judas chasing

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Questions and Ethics: A response to the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision

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Russell Moore discusses the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision.