A fundamental idea about the human person.
While aiming to prevent abortions, Efrat has “choice” as its mantra.
Understanding the social benefits of children.
America’s birthrate is declining rapidly. A distinguished social scientist joins us to discuss why that’s happening, whether it can be reversed, and, if it can’t, how America can cope with it.
There’s a sterilization sensation in America: young women are choosing to make having children biologically impossible. What’s going on, and why?
Polyamory, throuples, communes—and children as an afterthought.
Forgetting the future humans upon whom the entirety of civilization rests.
Dov Ber Naiditch’s religious and artistic journey.
A lesson from the new hostility toward fertility.
Why are so many people angry at a Catholic journalist for writing about having children?
“Train a lad in the way he ought to go.”
“Abolish foster care”?
While displaying ignorance of Judaism.
It’s an enigma that’s vexed demographers for 40 years. The answer turns out not to be natural disasters or pandemics, or even economics, but something deeper: a decline in religion.