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01-01-2010Investing in Fatherhood and Family-Strengthening Pays OffJosh GoodMarriage/Family
01-31-2000Vermont, Public Justice, and MarriageAUTHORMarriage/Family
01-17-2000Parents RightsJames SkillenMarriage/Family
11-09-1998Sex, Race and Marriage LawKeith PavlischekMarriage/Family
03-02-1998Public Justice and the Mommy WarsAUTHORMarriage/Family
10-13-1997The Promise of Promise KeepersAUTHORMarriage/Family
12-23-1996The End of Pluralism?David CoolidgeMarriage/Family
06-24-1996Just KiddingJames SkillenMarriage/Family
08-26-2011Reflections on the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.Vincent Bacote, Jonathan D. Fitzgerald, Xavier PickettMartin Luther King
01-21-2011The Significance of the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.Vincent Bacote, Jonathan D. Fitzgerald, Xavier PickettMartin Luther King Jr.
11-16-2012Suicide and Narrow Social AgendasJack HankeMassachusetts
09-30-2011Just Health Care ReformClarke E. CochranMedicare
05-30-2016Life Has Never Been NormalAaron BelzMemorial Day
03-26-2010Choosing a Boss on Capitol HillKate HarrisMentor
03-22-2013Youth Violence, Civil Society and the Power of RelationshipsHarold Dean Trulearmentoring recidivism
07-28-2014The Eurasian Dream and MH17Robert J. JoustraMH17
12-01-2014Law and ViolenceJohn InazuMichael Brown
08-10-2012Poetry As FlakAaron BelzMichael Collier
11-10-2014MemorizationAaron BelzMichael Gove
05-04-2012Politics & ProseByron BorgerMichelle Alexander
11-03-2014“Boring” Election, High StakesTimothy Sherrattmiddle class
05-03-2004Why Save Arafat?James SkillenMiddle East
04-07-2003Road Map to Middle East PeaceDonald KruseMiddle East
12-16-2002O Broken Town of BethlehemMitri RahebMiddle East
04-22-2002Seeing Two Sides in the Land of PromiseDonald KruseMiddle East
04-08-2002They're not Martyrs, They're MurderersKeith PavlischekMiddle East
03-25-2002Breaking the Cycle of Middle East ViolenceSteven MeyerMiddle East
05-16-2014A Sober Survey of the Middle East in 2014Paul S. RoweMiddle East
03-14-2008Israel and Palestine: Why Is This Issue So Difficult?Steven E. MeyerMiddle East
11-09-2007The Annapolis ConferenceJames SkillenMiddle East
01-10-2014John Kerry and Middle East Peace: Negotiating a Hard BargainPaul S. RoweMiddle East peace process
07-08-2011U.S. Policy in SyriaPaul S. Rowemiddle east policy
11-05-2010What are your hopes for the next Congress, given the outcome of this week's elections?Carl Zylstra, Michael O'Brien, Brett Swearingen, Melissa Silversmidterm election 2010
08-18-2014Midterm Elections: Turning Battles into OpportunitiesAmy E. Black midterm elections
01-10-2014Now is Not the Time for a Major Initiative on InequalityTimothy Sherrattmidterm elections
06-24-2011Teaching the Art of Conversation and CivilityAlissa Wilkinsonmillennials
12-13-2013Justice in the Minimum Wage Debate Brad Littlejohnminimum wage
05-24-1999Columbine High, Clinton, and KosovoStephen LazarusMorality
01-04-1999Stand Up for SomethingJames SkillenMorality
09-15-1997Teresa and DianaAUTHORMother Teresa
06-09-2014Music: Where Words Leave OffAaron Belzmusic
07-27-2012God, Caesar and the Presidential ElectionsTim SherrattN.T. Wright
12-23-2011Bipartisan Medicare Reform and Advent HopeMichelle Crotwell Kirtleynational debt
07-29-2011In Praise of the Debt CeilingTodd P. Steennational debt
07-15-2011Public Justice and the Debt CeilingGeorge N. Monsma, Jr.national debt
09-07-2012Should We Jump Off the Fiscal Cliff?Todd P. Steennational debt
05-13-2011How Might the Arts Be Funded?Micah MattixNational Endowment for the Arts
11-19-2001Prudence on National Missile DefenseLynn RobinsonNational Missile Defense
07-15-2011How to Pick a PresidentCarol Veldman Rudienational popular vote
10-26-2012The 2012 Presidential Election & National Security PolicySteven E. Meyernational security
09-30-2011Organizing for a Third WayMichelle Crotwell Kirtleynational third party
11-24-2014Public Justice and Education in Indian Country (3)Ben GibsonNative American education
10-20-2014Public Justice and Education in Indian Country (2)Ben GibsonNative American reservations
03-22-2004Rebalancing NATODavid KoyzisNATO
03-25-2011Natural Law, Common Grace, and Public JusticeVincent Bacotenatural law
12-08-2014Native American Education: One (Mostly) Successful StoryRon PolinderNavajo Nation
08-18-2014Politics and ProseByron BorgerNeo-Calvinism
01-01-2010Continuity and Discontinuity in the New YearJames SkillenNew Year's Challenges
12-21-2012Thoughts on the Newtown MassacreAaron BelzNewtown
06-16-2014Twisted National Conversation: The Boko Haram SagaStephen S. EnadaNigeria
03-28-2014Christians Don’t Own the Copyright on NoahJosh LarsenNoah
04-18-2005The Charity Sector Isn't Full of Enrons!AUTHORNon-Profit Organizations
10-27-1997The Public Face of Private NonProfitsAUTHORnonprofit organizations
04-06-2012A Busy Week in the Nuclear BusinessTyler Wigg-StevensonNorth Korea
12-03-2010Hope for the Korean PeninsulaDavid T. KoyzisNorth Korea
11-22-2013Non-State Efforts to Monitor Corruption in Intercountry AdoptionBecca McBride and Brooke Bonnemanternational adoption
04-26-2013Playing Kim’s Game?Steven Meyernuclear attack
02-18-2011A Second Nuclear AgeSteven E. Meyernuclear non-proliferation
11-30-2012Why Nunn-Lugar MattersTyler Wigg-Stevensonnuclear non-proliferation
09-09-2011A World Free From Nuclear WeaponsHerman Keizer, Jr.nuclear nonproliferation
07-30-2010The Odious Necessity in a Nuclear AgeMarc LiVeccheNuclear Security
07-23-2010U.S. Nuclear Strategy: Old Wine, New Bottles?Steven E. MeyerNuclear Security
07-09-2010A New Paradigm for Nuclear SecruityTyler Wigg-StevensonNuclear Security
07-02-2001The Grand Folly of Missile DefenseAUTHORnuclear weapons
12-22-2006Nukes and National PrestigeRoy Clousernuclear weapons
04-22-2011One of the Most Important Jobs in the World: Being a FatherBen O'DellObama
02-08-2013A Fitful and Timely Compromise?Perry Recker Obama administration
10-25-2013Apocalypse Not NowMichael J. GersonObamacare
03-12-2001A Pain in the Neck: Who is Responsible?Michelle Volloccupational health
02-28-2000All-out WarAUTHORoccupational health
05-31-2013The Limits of Self-GovernmentTimothy SherrattOK; just society
02-14-2014The Devil’s in the Details (Literally)Stephen V. MonsmaOklahoma ACLU
01-19-2015Military Humanitarian Intervention and International JusticePaul EdgarOperation United Assistance
12-20-2013“Orange States” and “Tricolor States” in Post-Soviet UkraineDavid KoyzisOrange Revolution
03-25-2011What It Takes to Love OrphansJedd MedefindOrphans
04-09-2010Church and State Working Together for OrphansMarc AndreasOrphans
07-27-2012Politics & ProseByron BorgerOs Guinness
01-12-2015Blessed ComplexityWilliam EdgarOs Guinness
05-06-2011Osama bin Laden: Criminal or Enemy Combatant?Michael J. GersonOsama bin Laden
10-25-2013The Iranian Nuclear ConundrumSteven E. MeyerP5+1
07-26-2013In Defense of Disaster MoviesJosh LarsenPacific Rim
09-26-2016Honoring Our Calling to Work and Family in Public PolicyRachel Andersonpaid family leave
04-04-2014Training Egyptian Surgeons for Service in Rural SettingsJayson CasperPan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons
09-13-2013Christian Service is Not a Parachurch ActivityJames W. Skillen Parachurch
09-30-2011Innovation, Intellectual Property, and the ConstitutionJason E. Summerspatent reform
02-08-2013Encouraging New Immigration ProposalsJulia Stronks and Aaron Korthiuspathway to citizenship
11-24-2014Patriotism, Personal Ambition, and “Foxcatcher”Josh Larsenpatriotism
03-01-2013The Reality of Our Debt Crisis: By the NumbersMichael J. GersonPaul Krugman
03-23-2012Paul Ryan’s FY2013 Budget & Intergenerational JusticeMichelle Crotwell KirtleyPaul Ryan
08-24-2012Good News for Voters? The Paul Ryan EffectTimothy SherrattPaul Ryan