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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  • Planned Parenthood’s new revenue stream is not a new direction

    Planned Parenthood’s new revenue stream is not a new direction

    Planned Parenthood has now jumped into this business with both feet. On its website, the organization claims that if a child or young adult is “insistent, consistent, and persistent” about their trans identity, then they should be medically “affirmed.”

  • Keep the Church in school

    Keep the Church in school

    All Christians share the fundamental view that God has revealed Himself and wants to be known. Therefore, learning is a high calling of being human. 

  • The weight of too much 'choice'

    The weight of too much 'choice'

    That misconception is, in fact, a feature of life since modernism. For most of human history, humans held no illusions of being masters of their own fate.

  • Faithful in this time and place

    Faithful in this time and place

    In that time and place, God called His people to keep the faith, commit to the tasks at hand, and steward the time they were given by remaining faithful.

  • The marijuana emergency

    The marijuana emergency

    Doctors and emergency rooms across the country have sounded the alarm on the spike in psychosis, suicidal ideation, actual suicide, schizophrenia, and addiction-like behavior they have seen among young people using high-potency marijuana. 

  • What abortion built

    What abortion built

    Crisis pregnancies and chronic absentee fatherhood are the fruit of these fictions, and women and children pay the price for these cultural fantasies.

  • Survey says: You can’t replace dad

    Survey says: You can’t replace dad

    Boys without a dad at home are also almost twice as likely to be “idle” in their late twenties, defined as neither working nor in school, and are significantly more likely to have been arrested or incarcerated by the time they turn 35. 

  • Chastity is part of marriage too

    Chastity is part of marriage too

    Wedding rings are not some “license to practice” in any and every way that comes into our minds. That’s reductionistic. Sex is allowed in marriage, but it is also still designed. 

  • Another weak link in evolutionary theory

    Another weak link in evolutionary theory

    Today, however, discoveries in molecular biology have complicated that conclusion. In fact, a new paper poses one of the strongest challenges yet to the idea that all life shares common chemistry.

  • Coach Kennedy: From the field to the Supreme Court

    Coach Kennedy: From the field to the Supreme Court

    All Christians need that kind of clarity. Too many have believed a sort of “inevitability” narrative about the restriction of religious freedom advanced by bureaucratic demands. In fact, religious freedom is affirmed by the Supreme Court more often than not.