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  • Bound by History

    Bound by History

    Prof. Clyde Wilson and Prof. Mark David Hall exchange letters regarding the subject of slavery and the American founding, and Prof. Baskerville responds to a critique of his previous writing on the subject of divorce in Chronicles.

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In Memoriam

  • Tom Bethell (1936–2021)

    Tom Bethell (1936–2021)

    Tom Bethell refused to be cowed by politically correct opinion. He was well-known for his groundbreaking work challenging the scientific rigor and logic of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, which he recognized as a weapon against Christianity.

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Editorials

  • The Wages of Divorce

    The Wages of Divorce

    Until the mid-20th century, there was a strong prohibition and stigma against divorce, which maintained stable homes and enduring families. As with other social and political changes, we have been on a disastrous path in the matter of divorce.

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  • Child of Serial Monogamists

    Child of Serial Monogamists

    My parents divorced more times than I can count on one hand. Divorce spread throughout the culture as I grew up in the ’80s and ’90s. As our parents pursued romance as a form of self-actualization, the children of my generation fended for themselves.

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