- The Rise of Biblical Counseling: It has been confronted with mounting external criticisms and widening internal divisions, and the result, among its practitioners, is a looming crisis of principle. How Christians address this crisis will shape the mental health choices of millions of Americans. (Pacific Standard)
- 6 things the happiest families all have in common: Research shows that the number one predictor of a child’s emotional well-being was whether they knew their family history. (The Week)
- No Offense Taken: There are two views of marriage vying for supremacy, viz., the traditional or conjugal view and the revisionist or romantic view. According to the former, marriage is the comprehensive union of a man and a woman that is by nature (though not always in fact) oriented to procreation and child-rearing. According to the latter, marriage is an emotional union, enhanced by sexual activity according to preference, taking the form of a publicly recognized domestic partnership. (Touchstone)
- U.S. evangelicals headed for showdown over gender roles: In recent decades, parts of American religion have been transformed by feminism, from women serving as rabbis to Catholic girls becoming altar servers. Now the heart of U.S. evangelicalism may be heading for a gender showdown. (Washington Post)
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