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First Things is published by The Institute on Religion and Public Life.
First Things is published by The Institute on Religion and Public Life.

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"Pantoum for East Fifty-First"—a poem from our August issue:

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Part cultural analysis and part parenting handbook, Laura Choate's forthcoming "Swimming Upstream" is about caring for girls in today's "toxic culture":

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Sister Joan Chittister and others have recently accused pro-lifers of hypocrisy. But their argument doesn't hold:

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Paul isn't proposing an "egalitarian" vision, and he's not talking about "inclusion." Instead, he's offering a kind of realized utopianism: The community that mystics had dreamed of has now come into historical expression in Jesus.

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"Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. But with the 2016 elections just over a year away, the passing of the VRA has taken on new meaning."

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Donald Trump and Cecil the lion are not the real stories of the summer—the real story is the horror of the Planned Parenthood videos, and the reaction they elicited from liberal elites.

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On one day this past week, nearly a hundred endangered elephants were killed and around 3,000 abortions were performed in the United States alone, and we were unfazed—but the killing of Cecil the lion broke our hearts.

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A review of "The Paradox of Liberation: Secular Revolutions and Religious Counterrevolutions"—a free article from our August issue:

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In what is being hailed as a revolutionary solution to the overpopulation problem of adjuncts in higher education, the Bench Foundation has announced a multi-year program called Aid-for-Adjuncts.
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