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The world’s religious population in 2060

Which religions are growing and which are shrinking?
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Can gender theory prove coeducation is better?

Only if it imposes itself by force onto the education system
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The heroes in the war on computer viruses

Sometimes the good guys win
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Consent app won’t save you from the law, young people warned

But the moral risks of swipe-and-go sex are far worsse.
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How bullying psychology has destroyed personal responsibility
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Who has nothing whatsoever to say about strengthening families
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Yes, but caring for their young children makes them happier.
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Intellectuals have a thoroughly secular solution.
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When a country’s towns and villages face extinction

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Should Australia break open the seal of confession?

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‘Mindhunter’: The lives of children matter

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Rob Roy: the first modern anti-hero

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