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Monday, June 11, 2018

As suicide rates rise, there are basic questions we must ask about why the problem is not getting any better Why the church’s response to the rising suicide rate must not be one of confusion, but of clarity Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn goes to Harvard: How one man who didn’t know how not to tell the truth, told the truth in a 1978 speech

June 11, 2018


Art & Culture

The Briefing 05-02-17

Teen suicide, the sanctity of life, and the dangerous new Netflix show '13 Reasons Why' The moral importance of language: Why are politicians beginning to use more profanity? The sexual revolution on display: British Museum offers sex exhibit targeted at school children

May 2, 2017

United States

The Briefing 11-24-2015

Majority voters already decided on 2016 vote, exposing worldview division of American politics Ages of Supreme Court Justices underlines significance of worldview of next President Unintended consequences of suicide laws illustrates teaching role of law

November 24, 2015



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