Tuesday, Apr. 3, 2018

A love story that ends in suicide: New rituals around dying raise huge moral questions about the sanctity and dignity of human lifeThe Global and Mail (Kelly Grant) — Medically assisted death … [Read more...]

Monday, Apr. 2, 2018

On Good Friday, NPR report distorts definition of Easter, revealing extent of secularizationNPR (Vanessa Romo) — Pope To World: Hell Does ExistWashington Post (Callum Borchers) — On Good … [Read more...]

Friday, Mar. 30, 2018

Elites who call for the end of Christianity might not like what comes nextFox News (Caleb Parke) — Atheist Richard Dawkins warns against celebrating the alleged demise of Christianity in … [Read more...]

Thursday, Mar. 29, 2018

What the media coverage of a 10-year-old drag performer reveals about efforts to transform moral instinctsNew York Magazine (Lauren Levy) — 180 Minutes With Desmond Is Amazing He’s a … [Read more...]

Wednesday, Mar. 28, 2018

The scandal no one is noticing: Pornography redefined as adult entertainmentWall Street Journal (Editorial Board) — The Tale of Stormy DonaldThe normalization of pornography in American … [Read more...]

Tuesday, Mar. 27, 2018

The future of secularization: What trends in Europe reveal about coming generations Benedict XVI Centre for Religion and Society (Professor Stephen Bullivant) — New St Mary's Research Shows Huge … [Read more...]

Monday, Mar. 26, 2018

March for Our Lives: Just how significant is a symbolic march?New York Times (Michael D. Shear and Emily Baumgaertner) — Children vs. Guns Around the World And in WashingtonNew York Times (Alan … [Read more...]

Friday, Mar. 23, 2018

What do the results of a special election in Pennsylvania tell us about the future of American politics?Candidates Still Mattered, New York Times (Campbell Robertson) — In Pennsylvania Election … [Read more...]

Thursday, Mar. 22, 2018

The absurdity of sin: In aftermath of Austin bombings, the search for answers is underwayNew York Times (Manny Fernandez, Jack Healy, and Jess Bidgood) — Austin Bombing Suspect Bought Some … [Read more...]

Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018

Does marriage make a difference? Dueling articles in major newspapers debate the link between single parenthood and povertyNew York Times (David Brady, Ryan Finnigan, and Sabine Hübgen) — … [Read more...]

Tuesday, Mar. 20, 2018

The intersection of abortion and free speech today at the U.S. Supreme CourtWashington Post (George Will) — Crisis pregnancy centers have the right to remain silentThe Atlantic (Emma Green) … [Read more...]

Monday, Mar. 19, 2018

As Putin wins record fourth term we’re reminded that not all elections are equalNew York Times (Neil MacFarquhar) — Putin Wins Russia Election, and Broad Mandate for Fourth TermThe unforgivable … [Read more...]

Friday, Mar. 16, 2018

How the cult of convenience fails to deliver on its own promisesNew York Times (Tim Wu) — The Tyranny of ConvenienceThe sterilization of play: What’s at stake as our playgrounds have become … [Read more...]

Thursday, Mar. 15, 2018

Stephen Hawking, one of the most recognized scientists of the modern age, dies at age 76New York Times (Dennis Overbye) — Stephen Hawking Dies at 76; His Mind Roamed the CosmosThe failure of … [Read more...]

Wednesday, Mar. 14, 2018

Personnel changes in Trump administration signal the importance of worldviewThe Washington Post (Ashley Parker, Philip Rucker, John Hudson and Carol D. Leonnig) — Trump ousts Tillerson, will … [Read more...]

Tuesday, Mar. 13, 2018

Why the loss of frozen embryos is a tragedy infinitely greater than many American's realizeABC News (Associate Press) — 2 fertility clinics respond to egg, embryo storage failuresThe Washington … [Read more...]

Monday, Mar. 12, 2018

Statecraft in the 21st century: What happens when a drama is played out on the world stageThe New York Times (Nicholas Kristof) — President Trump’s North Korea GambleHow a recent decision by the … [Read more...]

Friday, Mar. 9, 2018

New pressure on CEOs to become social activists presents a unique challenge for corporationsWall Street Journal (Vanessa Fuhrmans and Rachel Feintzeig) — CEOs Choose Sides on Gun Control at … [Read more...]

Thursday, Mar. 8, 2018

Why America’s double-mindedness is glaringly apparent at the intersection of Down syndrome and abortionWashington Post (Ariana Eunjung Cha) — Babies with Down syndrome are put on center stage in … [Read more...]

Wednesday, Mar. 7, 2018

What we learn about the moral tenor of our times in the wake of Nashville mayor’s guilty plea and resignationTennessean (Joey Garrison, Nate Rau, and Anita Wadhwani) — Nashville Mayor Megan … [Read more...]