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Our mothers and daughters drafted into combat?

The main reason that we ought to oppose women drafted into combat is because men and women are different. I know it’s not popular to say so, but that doesn’t make it any less true. This used to be obvious to everyone, but now it’s not. We would do well to remind ourselves what our grandparents and generations before them have always known.

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The infamy comes to Louisville

The Courier-Journal is reporting that Louisville’s Planned Parenthood moved to a new office in December. Planned Parenthood has been in Louisville for a long time, but its Louisville office did not offer abortions. That all changed this week. According to the report:

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Panel Discussion on the Gospel and Race

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Boyce College, the undergraduate school of Southern Seminary, recently hosted a panel discussion on “The Gospel and Race.” Dr. Dan DeWitt, Dean of Boyce and Associate Professor of Worldview and Culture, led a diverse panel in a candid and wide-ranging conversation about how the gospel of Christ informs, confronts, and reconciles ethnic division. Topics included definitions of race and racism, various forms of prejudice, race in American culture and beyond, and dynamics of multiethnic families and churches, all in biblical and theological context. The six-member panel included:

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