John Stonestreet and Kasey Leander
John Stonestreet serves as president of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He’s a sought-after author and speaker on areas of faith and culture, theology, worldview, education and apologetics.
Kasey Leander is a Fellow with the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA). Prior to his time at OCCA, Kasey earned an undergraduate degree in history and PPE (Politics, Philosophy, and Economics) from Taylor University. While at Taylor, Kasey served in various ministry roles on campus and was active in student government. He has also worked briefly in politics, serving as an intern in the US Senate in Washington, DC.
Research consistently shows that young people who wait until after the wedding have a better chance for a stable, fulfilling, happy marriage.
What begins as a desire to not judge others turns into the narcissistic demand that no one, under any circumstances, judge us.
All the things that make modern paganism appealing to modern people aren’t pagan.
The spiritual openness of Gen Z is an opportunity we must not miss.
Throughout history, economic crisis has not created a moral vacuum: It reveals it.
Despite reports to the contrary, neither ChatGPT nor any form of AI produced so far represents a new form of consciousness.
As we obey, we turn both upward and outward. The upward turn both reveals and offers purpose. The outward turn offers a joy that is far better than momentary pleasures.
Identity, in other words, is not “constructed.” It is, at least to a significant degree, received. For the vast majority of people, a name is the second gift their parents will ever give them, second only to life itself.
Not long ago, Christian beliefs about sex and marriage were considered mainstream. Today, they are among the most controversial beliefs someone can hold.
The hurt, in turn, seems to have had a cooling effect on dating altogether. In an ironic turn, sex can be had in abundance these days, but love is much harder to find.