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Breaking the Silence

This Veterans Day, if you stop and listen carefully, you’ll notice something profound surrounding our nation’s heroes: A resounding depth of silence. Silence is common among many of our nation’s heroes.

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Equality and Social Justice

Additional resources for helping your child learn the importance of these values

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Revisionist Gay Theology

No matter where one turns in the culture today, the issue of homosexuality and "gender identity" is being hotly debated.

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Stem Cell Research

Stem cells are the basic building blocks of the human body. They are responsible for creating, replenishing and rejuvenating over 200 of our body's cell-types.

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Gambling

Gambling is a vice industry built on deception and fed by the intentional exploitation of human weakness for the sole purpose of monetary gain.

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Judicial Philosophy

In recent years, activist courts have increasingly appealed to laws, documents and court decisions from foreign countries in order to justify judicial results not supportable under our own Constitution and laws.

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The Separation of Church and State

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution begins with "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion," a phrase commonly called the Establishment Clause.

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School Choice

School choice is a nationwide movement that empowers parents by enabling them to make the best possible choice for their children's education.

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Sex Trafficking

Sex trafficking is a specific form of human trafficking in which a victim is induced by fraud, force or coercion to perform a sex act for payment.

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Transgenderism

In short, a profound deconstruction of gender is taking place within every arena of society that undermines the fundamental order established by God Himself – reflecting the very essence of who He is and who we were created to be.

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Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide

Death is the inevitable fate of all humans. When facing death, the question may arise as to whether or not third parties should be allowed to intentionally end the life of the patient or help the patient commit suicide.

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Pornography

Pornography appears to be everywhere, giving the illusion that all pornography is legal, apart from sexual abuse of children, violent torture or sex with animals.

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Lotteries

The term "lottery" is defined as a drawing of lots in which prizes are distributed to the winners among persons buying a chance.

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Marriage

Family is the fundamental building block of all human civilizations, and marriage is the foundation of the family.

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Adoption

Adoption has been gaining attention as a national priority in the United States. More than 150,000 adoptions take place each year, but there are still 127,000 children waiting for adoption in the U.S. foster care system, as well as infants born to birthmothers not ready to parent.

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Abstinence Education

Sexuality education began in U.S. public schools in the 1960s. It was promoted primarily by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), an organization founded in 1964 as the sex education arm of Planned Parenthood.

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The Right to Counseling for Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions

In recent years, there has been a marked debate in the mental health professions about both the desirability and feasibility of attempts to alter a person's homosexual orientation. Historically, such "change" was widely considered both desirable and possible.

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Abstinence Before Marriage

Sex is a powerful drive, and for most of human history it has been firmly linked to marriage and childbearing. In modern history, the sexual revolution of the 60s and 70s accelerated the separation of sex from marriage and procreation.

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Abortion

In the mid-to-late 1800's, all states passed laws making it illegal to perform or attempt to perform an abortion. These laws were supported by the medical community, which noted abortion's moral implications and danger to women.

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What Do You Know About Roe v. Wade?

Shana Schutte

Like many Americans, you know Roe v. Wade legalized abortion, but you may know little else.

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