twenty-first-century love



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  • A lot has changed in America; even leaders from the Southern Baptist Convention refer to the twenty-first-century age we live in as a “post-Christian era.”

    God Attachment

  • To the twenty-first-century ear, these lyrics sound conventionally romantic.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Whichever number is more accurate—and to the twenty-first-century mind a single whipping in a lifetime is an unspeakable horror—it is quite likely that free whites, especially children, received physical punishments more frequently than this.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • But the Triangle fire is a big part of the reason that we have a lot of those twenty-first-century standards.


  • By twenty-first-century standards, the conditions that led to so many of the deaths at Triangle are hard to believe.


  • I hope that twenty-first-century Islamic leaders can unshackle themselves from antiquated ideas about gender roles and open themselves to a more moderate and progressive approach.

    Khaled Hosseini - An interview with author

  • I also found resources like Punch magazine an excellent way of observing the social mores of the decade without having them filtered through the lens of twenty-first-century scholarship.

    Kate Morton - An interview with author

  • Left to his own devices within the new wonder of a twenty-first-century human home, sleep evaded him.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Yet twenty-first-century technological society does precisely that, with the effects so well documented by Robert Putnam discussed in Chapter 2.

    World Wide Mind

  • It struck me as being like an ancient rite but on a higher level, informed by twenty-first-century psychology.

    World Wide Mind


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