by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

Hollywood shows that Pro-life sensibilities are very much alive.

Teenage sex is in the news, between teen celebrity baby stories, movies depicting teen pregnancy and yet another statistical report showing an increase in teen pregnancy. What should Christian parents and pastors make of all this? Should we give up on teaching abstinence and just stay in bed with the covers pulled over our heads? If we can conquer our embarrassment, we can view these developments as invaluable “teaching moments.”

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Single Mother By Choice?

On January 25, 2010, in Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D, by Betsy

by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

Valid “Life-style Choice” or another example of Dumb Sex?

The trend toward single motherhood by choice is unmistakable in both the US and Canada. A new organization, Single Mothers by Choice, runs workshops for would-be single mothers, offering other single mothers as instructors and role models.1 But is this new development really anything to celebrate?

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Life.

On January 22, 2008, in Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D, by Betsy

by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

Published at ToTheSource.org January 22, 2008.

Teenage sex is in the news, between teen celebrity baby stories, movies depicting teen pregnancy and yet another statistical report showing an increase in teen pregnancy. What should Christian parents and pastors make of all this? Should we give up on teaching abstinence and just stay in bed with the covers pulled over our heads? If we can conquer our embarrassment, we can view these developments as invaluable “teaching moments.”

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by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D.

This article first appeared in the Spring/Summer edition of the magazine published by the Institute for Marriage and Family, Canada.

The trend toward single motherhood by choice is unmistakable in both the US and Canada. A new organization, Single Mothers by Choice, runs workshops for would-be single mothers, offering other single mothers as instructors and role models.1 But is this new development really anything to celebrate?

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by Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse

First publishes at Townhall.com on September 12, 2005.

We all know that rebuilding the physical infrastructure of New Orleans will require tremendous resources. But rebuilding the civil society of the Big Easy will require just as much effort, and has so far gotten almost no attention. That’s because most of our opinion-making elites do not want to see that marriage is the cornerstone of civil society. And the images of Katrina demonstrate this, if we are willing to see.

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