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January 29, 2022 | Vol. 37, No. 2

Abortion in disguise

Roe v. Wade | 1973-2022: As the United States moves toward a possible post-Roe future, abortion activists continue their search for creative ways to increase access to the abortion pill

January 29, 2022 | Vol. 37, No. 2

Abortion battle lines

Roe v. Wade | 1973-2022: With the inauguration of a new pro-abortion president, pro-lifers in 2021 took their fight to the states and celebrated gains in the courts that drew the ire of the Biden administration

January 29, 2022 | Vol. 37, No. 2

Decreasing abortion demand

Roe v. Wade | 1973-2022: Rudolph Holmes and the problems of enforcement

January 29, 2022 | Vol. 37, No. 2

Historically deadly demand

Roe v. Wade | 1973-2022: What our pro-life predecessors can teach us about standing against abortion


FEATURES

CULTURE
Documentary

Beanie boom and bust

One man’s toy is another man’s investment

MOVIES & TV

Box Office Top 10

Top films for the weekend of Jan. 7-9

A disastrous satire

Don’t Look Up is a star-studded exercise in virtue signaling

Is this a great film I see before me?

1883

A massive production with an impressive list of stars

Licorice pizza tastes bad

The sure to be Oscar-nominated Licorice Pizza unfortunately uses quality filmmaking and storytelling to blur the lines of right and wrong.

Music

Powerhouse voices

Noteworthy new or recent releases

Two musical takes on the Mass

Patrick Cassidy offers something very different from Leonard Bernstein’s countercultural Mass

 
Q&A
Film follies

Film follies

Assessing the past, present, and future of pro-life and Christian cinematography

Books

Nonfiction for the New Year

Books to help Christians talk about sexuality

Life-viewing poetry and prose

Words betray the truth

Children's Books

Precious in His sight

Books celebrating Asian heritage


NOTEBOOK
Media
Hong Kong press under pressure

News outlets shutter in the wake of the latest government crackdown

Sports
Let Freedom ring

Boston Celtics’ Enes Kanter Freedom is a vocal critic of China’s human rights abuses

Religion
Redefining the mission field

Christians in Guinea-Bissau take charge of ministry work