Paul Kerry, Ph.D., Brigham Young University Patrick Fagan, Ph.D., Marriage and Religion Research Institute Dr. Paul Kerry introduces the 2012 national conference of the Love and Fidelity Network; Dr. Patrick Fagan delivers the keynote address on how our cultural … Continue reading
J. Budziszewski, Ph.D., University of Texas-Austin It takes very little reflection to see that we aren’t designed for hooking up. Then what are we designed for? We have a biological and an intellectual design; what is our sexual design? … Continue reading
Caitlin Seery, Director of Programs discusses why marriage should be between a man and a woman. Listen to the full podcast here.
Writing in Public Discourse, Professor Robert P. George, a Christian, and Professor Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, a Muslim, urge hotel-industry executives to stop offering pornographic movies to patrons. Click here for full article.
Porn stars lecturing on campus, rampant sexism, and Taliban in the classroom, are just a few of the things not so sexy about Yale University today argues recent graduate Nathan Harden in his new book is “Sex and God at … Continue reading
Father Robert Barron, founder of the global ministry, Word on Fire reflects on sexual liberty and the hookup culture. Click here for full article.
In a series started by the Daily Princetonian, writers will reflect on love, sex, and dating on Princeton’s campus. Click here for full article.
Journalist, Ashley Herzog says “it’s clear to me that the young members of the Anscombe Society have more wisdom, more values, and more guts than their elders. These students deserve our support for standing up to the pornified powers that … Continue reading
Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez reflects on his experience at the Love and Fidelity Network’s fifth annual national conference on Sexuality, Integrity, and the University. Click here for full article.
The harmful trends that Sorokin described in his book, many of which were cause for only moderate concern in their own time, would become much more extreme in subsequent decades, and today are generally acknowledged as a major source of … Continue reading