New today from the Century:
- Stephanie Coontz on changing rules for sex and marriage: "Equal marriage is a social experiment of yet unknown proportions. No wonder we are confused."
- Kerry Cronin on life as Boston College's "dating doctor": "I once asked a panel of students about relationships—were they
seeing anyone? Did they feel like they had to break up before graduation? They looked at me as if I
had been speaking Greek."
- College chaplains on campus sexual culture
- Peter Marty's seven-word gospel: "Once dead. Now alive. Christ reshaping people."
- Scott Gunn marks the second anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti
- Lou Carlozo reviews Phil Keaggy
- Va. judge rules against breakaway Episcopal parishes
- Study portrays Mormons as outsiders looking in
- Beloved hymns carried King through troubled times
- Religious leaders: Same-sex marriage threatens religious freedom
- Film about Japanese teachers highlights their opposition to "emperor system"
- Supreme Court sides with churches in employment fights