We cover some very weighty topics below, but my favourite today is Tamara El-Rahi's praise of childhood chores. They are "a proven predictor for a sense of mastery, self-reliance, responsibility, empathy and respect for others — and the sooner that the kids start, the better," she writes. And what's more, her advice comes with an ironclad guarantee that you won't be a slave driver or an evil parent. Check it out!
|Upsetting the balance of nature|
Michael Cook | FEATURES | 22 January 2016
A British report on the irrelevance of "naturalness" could have far-reaching consequences.
|Earthquake prediction goes commercial — sort of|
Karl D. Stephan | FEATURES | 22 January 2016
With so many lives at stake, what are the ethics?
|Accidental births and deliberate deaths|
Johanne Brownrigg | FEATURES | 22 January 2016
If you want to see the future of euthanasia in Canada, study the history of abortion.
|Christian persecution in 2015|
Marcus Roberts | DEMOGRAPHY IS DESTINY | 22 January 2016
Worldwide it's getting worse.
|Childhood chores are a predictor of success|
Tamara El-Rahi | FAMILY EDGE | 22 January 2016
Guess it's simpler than you thought!
|“People should live peacefully together”|
Michael Cook | FEATURES | 21 January 2016
How a Muslim teacher protected Christians from terrorists and paid the ultimate price.
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