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Annie Holmquist is the editor of Intellectual Takeout. When not writing or editing, she enjoys reading, gardening, and time with family and friends.
It is not just dating apps that have made it so difficult for young people to settle down and raise a traditional family. Instead, it is the idea that perfection is necessary in order to achieve marriage.
Elisabeth Elliot, the wife of famed missionary martyr Jim Elliot, explains how good can come out of life's deepest suffering.
With homeschooling reaching 11 percent nationally, it would appear that we have surpassed the tipping point needed in order to change the culture.
Reviews of Becoming Elisabeth Elliot and Who's the Bigot? Learning from Conflicts over Marriage and Civil Rights Law.
The latest societal trend has heterosexual males donning the feminine clothing of women. In an age of gender transition, Western society is truly becoming filled with weak men.
America won’t survive without turning away from its rootless cities and toward the rooted nature of its small rural communities.
Adopting a winsome attitude in conversation, such as Benjamin Franklin recommended, will go a long way toward bringing people around to your way of thinking.
How do we deal with the pain, the suffering, and the wrong that surrounds us continually?
In the midst of suffering, we can choose to be a victim, or we can choose to accept our suffering as a gift from God, giving it back to Him and looking for ways in which the suffering can be used for good.
A life lived with purpose goes far beyond being just another automaton marching in lockstep to the drumbeat of the political and cultural elites.
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