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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  • Is social justice killing science? Why we need to define 'truth'

    Is social justice killing science? Why we need to define 'truth'

    In other words, biologists and other scientists are being taught to ignore or are being denied vast amounts of evidence simply because that evidence could threaten politically favored ideologies.

  • The Supreme Court case showing if Christians have free speech too

    The Supreme Court case showing if Christians have free speech too

    Not long ago, Christian beliefs about sex and marriage were considered mainstream. Today, they are among the most controversial beliefs someone can hold.

  • 'Stochastic terror': Truth is not violence

    'Stochastic terror': Truth is not violence

    In a turn that Orwell warned us about, dissent is considered danger, words are violence, opinions are hate, and yesterday’s truths are today’s terror.

  • Why CS Lewis remains compelling

    Why CS Lewis remains compelling

    Lewis’ brilliance as a writer and his skill as an apologist enabled him to hone the craft of describing deep truths in simple forms.

  • How the 'right to marry' became a 'right to children'

    How the 'right to marry' became a 'right to children'

    Once same-sex relationships are legally called marriage and technology is available to make children outside of a heterosexual union, those who have deliberately chosen a sterile same-sex relationship now claim the right to children or else, you know, discrimination. 

  • Marriage is a calling, not a right

    Marriage is a calling, not a right

    The same is true with marriage. Jesus was asked a “do” question, and our culture is constantly “doing” something new to and with marriage: ending it, replacing it, expanding it, substituting for it.

  • Can you laugh at your enemies and love them? Rules for Christian mockery

    Can you laugh at your enemies and love them? Rules for Christian mockery

    Sadly, Christians are often among those engaging in bad-faith speech on Twitter, including against one another. We should punch up, never down. Mockery is a tool to expose evil and folly in powerful places, not for grinding down the weak.

  • Married moms are the happiest, report says

    Married moms are the happiest, report says

    A cultural myth may tell women that they will only be happy if they put themselves first and eschew their potential to bear children, but that denies central aspects of their purpose as children of God and as women.

  • Dads change with fatherhood

    Dads change with fatherhood

    Recent discoveries have suggested that dedicated fathers, like dedicated mothers, undergo dramatic hormonal and neurological shifts upon the arrival of a baby.

  • Living as earthly and heavenly citizens

    Living as earthly and heavenly citizens

    How can these dual loyalties, to Christ and to nation, blend? How does our earthly citizenship interact with our heavenly citizenship?