Cohabitation and Marriage: A New Study with Revealing Results

Scott Stanley: In a new paper, Bowling Green State University sociologist Karen Guzzo analyzes how the odds of cohabitation leading to either getting married or breaking up have changed over the years. Before getting to her findings, let’s review some of the cohabitation trends she highlights in her report (based on prior studies). 1) The [Read More...]

Doctrine is Not a Four-Letter Word

David George Moore conducted the following interview.  Dave blogs at www.twocities.org. Tony Lane is professor of historical theology at the London School of Theology.  He is a leading Calvin scholar.  Among other things, Lane has abridged Calvin’s Institutes to make it more accessible. *What were the circumstances which led you to write this book (Exploring [Read More...]

Immigration Crisis and the Church (Allan Bevere)

Allan Bevere, a friend and pastor in Ohio, offers a fresh alternative to political wrangling. What is the church to do?, he asks. In other words, the church that exists in America needs to say to the powers that be in Washington DC, you would be a better and more just nation if you found [Read More...]

Weekly Meanderings, 2 August 2014

The 50 most affordable Christian colleges, including my alma mater (Cornerstone University) and my former place of teaching (North Park University). College affordability is an idea that is more helpful to quantify than simply considering the tuition of the institution of your choice.  Many universities and colleges have developed very aggressive financial aid packages and have other [Read More...]


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