Family in America, a monthly periodical founded in
1987, and now available on the internet, analyzes the status of the family
in this nation and time. It seeks to clarify the importance of the family
in binding generation to generation, inspiring love and intimacy in the
home, and fostering industry and lawfulness within the broader community.
Feature essays explore issues such as: the
possibility of a pro-family income tax; the
misuse of child abuse laws to disrupt families; the real
depopulation crisis looming in the early 21st century; the
epidemic of child diseases linked to day care; and the
economic pressures on young families caused by the dismantling of the
voluntary "family wage."
New Research is a
supplement to The Family in America. Each New Research supplement features ten
to twelve readable abstracts from professional journals in the fields of
sociology, psychology, medicine, law, anthropology, and history. These cast
light on the vital importance of the natural family and the serious consequences
that derive from its decline. Over 1,000 abstracts are available in our
"members" section. It has received high praise for its usefulness to
scholars, journalists, policy makers, and family advocates.
Religion & Society Report, founded in 1984, is a monthly,
eight-page periodical offering uncompromising, but civil
analyses of cultural controversies and public issues from a
Christian framework. Issues discussed include the relationship
of civil authority to the Bible, abortion and euthanasia,
medical ethics, theological trends in American and European
churches, religious liberty, and reports on the persecution of
Christians and other faith groups in foreign lands.
In honor of
the late Dr. Harold O. J. Brown, The Religion & Society Report has