Social Issues


Alabama News | Jan. 27 2000

Book protest yields action

The world’s self-proclaimed largest bookstore has one less book on its shelf following a nationwide protest launched by Charles Colson,... [READ MORE]

Gender/Sexual Issues | Jan. 27 2000

Supreme Court considers protesters’ rights

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Jan. 19 over the limits that might be placed on the free-speech rights of demonstrators... [READ MORE]

Africa | Jan. 20 2000

Leaders oppose ‘sex exploitation’ definition

Several conservative leaders, including Southern Baptist official Richard Land and Campus Crusade for Christ President Bill Bright, are opposing... [READ MORE]

Children | Jan. 20 2000

Support grows for vouchers

More than half of all African-Americans now support school vouchers, according to a poll released Jan. 10 by the joint Center for Political and... [READ MORE]

Health | Jan. 20 2000

Healthy marriages take time for talking

Steering clear of problems before they arise is the key to successful marriages, according to a respected Christian author. Gary Chapman, author... [READ MORE]

Administration Issues | Jan. 20 2000

Wedgwood takes donation from family of gunman

“It is good to know that God is with us even in the line of fire.” This is one of the few visible expressions of grief and faith... [READ MORE]

Children | Jan. 20 2000

Judge invalidates Cleveland voucher program

Cleveland — A federal judge has ruled that Cleveland’s school voucher program violates the constitutionally required separation of... [READ MORE]

Health | Jan. 13 2000

Handling stress important

A couple’s move from engagement to marriage marks a milestone in the lives of both participants. But traveling that road can be a bumpy... [READ MORE]

Children | Jan. 13 2000

Ten Commandments issues continue to rise

LONDON, Ky. – The state whose 1978 law mandating Ten Commandments classroom displays was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court is increasingly... [READ MORE]

Asia | Jan. 13 2000

Sentencing worsens condition in China

CHINA – The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom says religious repression in China has worsened over the past weeks with... [READ MORE]