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The Life of the Church, and the Synod’s Future

I’ve noticed this convention cycle that everyone is saying a few words about what they look for in a synod President. I didn’t realize that was a thing. I’m so out of the loop. I guess this is a result … Continue reading

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Saving Marriage

At a certain age, mothers and fathers explain to their children that there are boys and there are girls. Boys and girls are different. For all of world history, in every civilization, boys have grown up to marry girls, and … Continue reading

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Earthquakes, CRM, and Other Disasters

Tragedy makes us nervous. We don’t know what to say, but we want to say something. Invariably, we say something stupid. Lost a loved one? “I know how you feel.” (No, you don’t.) Had a house fire? “It was the … Continue reading

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Political Prisoners? Of Course Not.

The indefatigable Mollie Hemmingway has a great article over at the Federalist (actually all her articles are great, but this one is too) about the recent guilty plea of Dinesh D’souza who faces up to sixteen months in prison for the … Continue reading

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