By: Gina Dalfonzo|Published Date: December 07, 2016
I've spent the day following the @USS Arizona Twitter account, as it has live-tweeted -- so to speak -- the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. It's very strange and disconcerting to relive such an event that way. As you read words like this . . .
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By: Gina Dalfonzo|Published Date: December 02, 2016
We often hear "sexual fluidity" lauded these days, but apparently it has its limits. It's okay for a person who always identified as heterosexual to fall in love with a member of the same sex. But, given the furor over forthcoming YA novel "Ramona Blue," it is not okay for a lesbian to fall in love with a guy.
Gossip site Oh No They Didn't has the story. (Be aware, there's a lot of profanity in the comment section.)
By: Warren Cole Smith|Published Date: December 02, 2016
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has published a study whose results are no surprise to those of us who have read the Bible. To state the result in politically incorrect but biblically accurate language: Sexual promiscuity is bad for you. Or at least, it is measurably bad for American teenagers.
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By: Sean McDowell|Published Date: December 01, 2016
Recently I was speaking to a group of pastors, youth pastors, and other church workers in Idaho. One pastor asked a question that, in my experience, perfectly captures the thinking process of many students today. He said, “My younger brother, a Millennial, is constantly on his cell phone. When I try to talk to him about God, he says that people disagree and so we simply can’t have any confidence at all in our beliefs.” How would you respond? Can we know things or are we lost in a sea of endless information?
By: Gina Dalfonzo|Published Date: November 30, 2016
If you caught last week's "Gilmore Girls" revival on Netflix, you may be one of the many, many people wondering what on earth went wrong with Rory Gilmore, who went from confident Yale graduate to aimless drifter. Here's my theory.
By: Gina Dalfonzo|Published Date: November 23, 2016
Martin Scorcese's new film, dealing with the plight of Jesuit missionaries in 17th-century Japan, comes out in limited release on December 23. You can get your first look here. (For more on the story of "Silence," see my piece "Hope in the Silence.")