April Archive


NEWSLETTER 20150417

17 April 2015
Super-charged marriage defender Ryan Anderson was sympathetically profiled in the Washington Post. What happened to the Posts' video of him talking?

NEWSLETTER 20150416

16 April 2015
The idea of tertiary students living in close quarters with the resthome residents appeals to two of our younger bloggers, so there must be something in it.

NEWSLETTER 20150415

15 April 2015
The back story to Jordan Speith's extraordinary win in the Master's.

NEWSLETTER 20150414

14 April 2015
Hillary's out of the closet at last: she is a candidate!

NEWSLETTER 20150413

13 April 2015
Try before you buy is not the best advice for your love life.

NEWSLETTER 20150410

10 April 2015
New research shows that the religious population is growing faster than the non-religious, but Christians have reason to feel complacent.

NEWSLETTER 20150409

09 April 2015
How could the Rolling Stone rape story fiasco happen? Barbara Kay suggests "the myth of rape culture" disposes us to believe the worst of men.

NEWSLETTER 201500408

08 April 2015
Francis Phillips reviews Family Politics: Domestic Life, Devastation and Survival 1900 - 1950, by Paul Ginsborg -- a new angle on the great dictators of the first half of the 20th century.

NEWSLETTER 20150407

07 April 2015
The author of a recent study of same-sex parenting defends his findings against criticism from the US social science closed shop.

NEWSLETTER 20150402

02 April 2015
How does one comes to terms with the Resurrection of Christ? Fr James Schall explains the role of scepticism in consolidating Christian faith about this event.

NEWSLETTER 20150401

01 April 2015
Are things looking up for Nigeria?

March Archive


NEWSLETTER 20150331

31 March 2015
The stresses of the Korean education system.

NEWSLETTER 20150330

30 March 2015
The teenage brain and mass murder

NEWSLETTER 20150327

27 March 2015
Reflecting on the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525, Zac Alstin asks whether promoting virtue would help prevent such heinous crimes.

NEWSLETTER 20150326

26 March 2015
We consider the gender gap in education in the light of an Icelandic experiment.



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