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The Case for Marriage and Why It’s Good For Us: Research Findings

By: Kristian Johnson

“Marriage has lost ground, has retreated the most, amongst working-class and poor Americans, and so what that means practically of course, both economically and socially, is that leaves poor and working-class adults and kids doubly disadvantaged.”  ~ Brad Wilcox

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‘Cyberwarfare’ and the Role of Big Tech in Modern War

By: Kristian Johnson

“Those in the West – we’re not the only good people on earth – but we have a moral foundation and a philosophical, and even a theological framework, that understands notion of good.” ~ International security expert, Klon Kitchen

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When a Jewish Thought Leader Flies the Flag for Christianity

By: Kristian Johnson

When a Jewish thought-leader is championing the cause of Christianity, you know there’s got to be good reason. Read more

The Making of the Western Mind Goes Back to the Cross, Says Author

By: Kristian Johnson

“To go almost on pilgrimages, to take the knee, to fill great civic centres, not just in the United States, but across the Western world. I would argue that there is nothing culturally given about this, it’s reflective of highly contingent trends that are so deep and ancient that ultimately, they go back 2000 years to that very primal image of a man tortured to death by an oppressive state apparatus. Jesus on the cross.” ~ Tom Holland

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Unpacking The Parent-Teacher Tensions in the Education System

By: Kristian Johnson 

In his latest Conversations Interview, John Anderson is joined by Professor James Tooley for a fascinating conversation about the role of education in the modern age.

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Artificial Intelligence, Man & God – A Chat with Professor John Lennox

By: Kristian Johnson

John Anderson was joined on his podcast recently by mathematician, bioethicist and Christian apologist Professor John Lennox for a profound conversation centred on the current and future impacts of artificial intelligence technology, including the ethical implications of this technology. Read more

“The Law Shouldn’t Protect Us From Having Our Views Challenged”, Says Leading Barrister & Historian

By: Alec Bennetts

“Nobody is entitled to intellectual safety, nobody is entitled not to have their fundamental and cherished views challenged… All knowledge and all opinion is provisional until something more persuasive comes along. If we shut down the persuasive process we will stop advancing,” Read more

Peter Hitchens Opens a Political Can of Worms on Russia

By: Alec Bennetts

As the soul-wrenching horror of 20th century world wars fade from the living memory of our societies, we must remind ourselves regularly of the awful reality of warfare, says renowned writer and thinker Peter Hitchens. Read more