John Stonestreet

John Stonestreet

Op-ed contributor

John Stonestreet is the President of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and co-host with Eric Metaxas of Breakpoint, the Christian worldview radio program founded by the late Chuck Colson. He is co-author of A Practical Guide to CultureA Student's Guide to Culture and Restoring All Things.

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  • Surprise? Marriage single best predictor of long-term happiness

    Surprise? Marriage single best predictor of long-term happiness

    The truth about marriage, however, is that it is, statistically, the single best predictor of long-term happiness.

  • Suicide rates at all-time high

    Suicide rates at all-time high

    Something is broken in the United States, and it’s us. Why, in the most prosperous time to be alive in human history, do so many think that they would be better off dead?

  • What’s behind America’s ‘great dechurching’?

    What’s behind America’s ‘great dechurching’?

    Those who are happy or indifferent about the decline of American churches are beginning to get glimpses of what an America without Christian influence will look like. It can and will get worse.

  • Canada’s suicidal slide

    Canada’s suicidal slide

    The criteria are vague enough. Since the law went into effect, however, the number of Canadians killed annually has gone from 1,000 to over 10,000. In 2021, one in 30 Canadian deaths was by assisted suicide, and only 4% of those who applied to die were turned down.  

  • Is math racist?

    Is math racist?

    Even amid plummeting math scores in the latest Nation’s Report Card data, a growing chorus of progressive voices insists that racism and sexism are the biggest problems we face in how to teach math.

  • Atheists are more political than Evangelicals

    Atheists are more political than Evangelicals

    According to political scientist Ryan Burge, “atheists are the most politically active group in American politics today, and the Democrats (and some Republicans) ignore them at their own peril.” 

  • Where did Father's Day come from?

    Where did Father's Day come from?

    Showing up, sticking around, and discipling kids as only a father can is a powerful witness to the beautiful design and the steadfast love of our own heavenly Father. Every kid needs and deserves one. 

  • Diversity of what, exactly?

    Diversity of what, exactly?

    Promoting equal opportunity, instead of making promises of equal outcomes that cannot possibly be fulfilled, treats every human being with the respect and dignity of equal consideration and high expectations.  

  • Not buying false choices: The Christian vision for sex is better

    Not buying false choices: The Christian vision for sex is better

    Sex is either no big deal or our whole identity. Back and forth the cultural pendulum swings, never considering that there may be another option.

  • Looking for meaning in all the wrong places

    Looking for meaning in all the wrong places

    It is one of God’s great mercies that, by fulfilling His purpose for us, we are able to know happiness, satisfaction, and meaning.