Some Critical Thinking On Critical Theory And How Some Christians Are Responding To It

Natasha Crain earned her MBA in statistics from UCLA, so she knows how to read the numbers. But she is also pretty good at sorting out the meanings behind and beyond words and phrases, too.

Author Natasha Crain.

“Critical Theory” is being heard regularly these days. It’s been a commonplace on American campuses for several decades, but it has exploded into the public consciousness in recent weeks as more than a few voices among and defending rioters have cited arguments derived from the phrase.

Crain fears that many evangelical leaders are being taken in by claims and analyses based on Critical Theory, and in the process they are unwarily buying into concepts and actions that have no place in Christianity. Here is part of her thinking on Critical Theory: Continue reading “Some Critical Thinking On Critical Theory And How Some Christians Are Responding To It”

Data Prompts Second Thoughts About The ‘Soulmate’ Model Of Marriage And Family

W. Bradford Wilcox of the Institute for Family Studies examines the data on marital happiness and related factors since 1950 and finds that the prevailing academic view of how to ensure a happy marriage hasn’t worked.

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Think about it: Would you rather have a spouse you know will be by your side no matter what happens in life (all that “till death do us part” stuff) or a spouse who stays with you as long as the soulmate ideal works?