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.
Court cases across the country continue to point to the big showdown coming soon at the Supreme Court. In the ongoing legal battles over religious freedom, there are advances and setback.
Today, the Bible, which laid the foundation for modern science, political freedom, and Western culture, is seen as unacceptable in American education.
In today's politically divided landscape, we're tempted to simply retreat to a standard list of explanations to try to explain what happened or to assign blame—like on guns or mental illness or "them"—i.e. those that are across the political or religious aisle from us. But this gut level response misses the core issue at hand.
Today is the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. For Christians, it\'s a reminder that repentance is more than an event. It\'s a lifestyle.
With Hurricane Maria and a failed attempt to replace Obamacare, why is the discussion about the NFL and Trump consuming so much of our national attention? Could it be that our fascination with the story is more important than the story itself?
When we think of religious persecution, the Middle East usually comes to mind. But things have also gotten nasty in Southeast Asia.
I can't remember a time when our country, our communities, and even our families have been so ideologically divided. Not only do we disagree but we tend to see others not only as wrong, but as our enemies.
With so much devastation in the news, it's hard not to ask God, "Why?" Here's some help for responding to questions about natural disasters and God.
The headline of a recent story in USA Today reads "Faith groups provide the bulk of disaster recovery, in coordination with FEMA." These groups don't "merely" supplement government relief efforts. In many instances, they are the government response.
Sex has the power to shape our beliefs, and participating in the romantic and sexual practices of unbelievers can eventually wear down even the strongest faith.