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George Kennan: A Study of Character
This influential American diplomat possessed the best and finest traits of the American character.
The sublime message of Christmas
The central idea of Christmas -- that God became man -- has had an enormous impact upon Western art.
The Homers got it right: a futuristic fantasy
| 21 December 2007 |
Who would revive society if everything collapsed? Homeschoolers, says a prominent educationalist.
Nobel Lecture: On those who do not win prizes
Reading books used to be part of general education, says Nobel Prize winner Doris Lessing. Perhaps we need to learn that again -- from Africa.
The missing headline: ‘Unmarried birth rate rises’
Why did the media make a hullabaloo about a rise in the teen birth rate and ignore a much larger rise in births to unmarried mothers?
The myth of the ‘teenage brain’
Is it true that your offspring will not be capable of a mature decision until he or she is 25?
Message in a bottle to a weary world
The hope offered by Christianity
can transform the world, says the Pope in his second encyclical
Forget about the free market. Today's executives maintain their outrageous salaries by strategies predicted by Karl Marx.
‘Tell us about love’
A survey of young people in a developing country shows that it is not sex, but love they really care about.
Save the planet; tax babies
A carbon tax on newborns to reduce human pollution? Now there's an idea for your Christmas stocking.
Character-based sex education
Because we need good character to guide our sexual lives, sexuality education must be character education.
The Ethical Imagination
A Canadian ethicist offers a fresh approach to defending human dignity.
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