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New Site Helps College Students Arrange Casual Sex "Hookups"

A new website for college students promotes postings for those in search of casual sex with no strings attached.

Teens' Weight Loss Surgery May Weaken Bones

Benefits may still exceed risks, but experts urge caution for young patients.

The Cross and the Jukebox Podcast -- "He Stopped Loving Her Today"

How is a Christian view of love, jealousy, and the relationship of love and death seen through the lens of this classic song by George Jones?

What Has Happened to Leadership? (part two)

With so many candidates to choose from why do so many conservatives feel like a brown shoe at a tuxedo convention? All of the potential Republican contenders bring unique gifts to the electoral table. The problem is, not one of them really ignites the imagination or inspires the soul.

What Has Happened to Leadership? (part one)

The United States is not in a state of subjection to a foreign power but we, like 13th century Scotland find ourselves in need of leadership. We have a national debt level that threatens not only our financial stability but also our national security. We see the Middle East deteriorating at an alarming rate with the most devastating results coming out of Libya.

"Facebook Depression" Seen as New Risk for Teens

Doctors' group warns site can make already-down teens even more-so with out-of-context happy messaging on other kids' pages.

Teens Who Smoke Early Often Try Pot Later

Teenagers who begin smoking at an early age are much more likely to start using marijuana by the time they're 17.

Focus on Sexting in New York Times

The New York Times has published several articles on the topic of teen sexting which provide an up-to-date focus on the topic.

Most Americans Have Facebook

According to a new study by Edison Research, more than half of Americans have profiles on the social-networking site Facebook.

Consumers or Creators: Being of the World or Being God’s People

American Christians generally flow in one of two cultural directions: they either tend toward being consumers or being creators. Which is more in line with God's design?

What Subway Can Teach the Church

“We’re continually looking at just about any opportunity for someone to buy a sandwich, wherever that might be,” says Don Fertman, Subway’s Chief Development Officer. ”The closer we can get to the customer, the better.”

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 28, 2011 |
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Making the Case for Marriage

Why marriage is intrinsically heterosexual and gay "marriage" and oxymoron...

Teen ER Visist Due to Ecstasy Are on the Rise

Ecstasy use is rising among teens and young adults, causing a significant increase in emergency room visits by users of the street drug, a new federal study shows.

MySpace Decline Accelerating

Between January and February 2011, worldwide unique visitors to MySpace declined by a staggering 14.4% from 73 million visitors to 63 million visitors. It’s about half of the audience they had a year ago.

Bryan Fischer: Freedom of religion only applies to Christians

Do non-Christians have First Amendment protections? No, says American Family Association's Bryan Fischer

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • March 24, 2011 |
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A Musical Window into Our World

If music provides a window into our world or, even more, itself influences and shapes culture, have you been listening to the radio lately?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 24, 2011 |
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Blood Songs with Alan and Mahalia Jackson

Why is it that people, even those who don’t know Christ, often want to hear blood in their gospel?

Melanoma Rates Higher in Wealthy White Women

Adolescent girls and young women living in wealthy communities were more likely to be diagnosed with melanoma in a new study of skin cancer cases in California.

Why Is Hell Forever?

In "Love Wins," Rob Bell attempts to redefine the Christian doctrine of hell. One of his questions weighs particularly heavily. Why, if there is a hell, is it forever?

Teen Summer Job Prospects Still Bleak

Teens looking to find seasonal employment aren't likely to find landing that job is any easier this summer than it was a year ago, when teen hiring hit historic lows, a new report shows.

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