Shane Morris & John Stonestreet
What Do We Do with Critical Theory?: Racism, White Privilege, and Christianity
Wednesday, December 30, 2020
The ideas of Critical Theory, especially since the horrific killing of George Floyd, have become a central part of our national conversation.
The Knowledge Lost in Information: Truth and Wisdom in a Digital Age
Thursday, August 13, 2020
In an age of information, “extremely online people,” meaning those who rely primarily on social media for their political news, are among the least informed and most easily-deceived groups in...
New Zealand's Outrageous New Abortion Law: A Low Point or a Turning Point?
Friday, July 17, 2020
In late March, New Zealand’s parliament voted to “loosen” the nation’s abortion laws, particularly in the latter half of pregnancy when babies become viable outside of the womb.
A Letter to 'Cancel-Culture': Big-Name Liberals Reject Llliberalism … But Why?
Friday, July 10, 2020
One-hundred and fifty-three high-profile thinkers recently signed a letter denouncing cancel-culture.
YouTube Dad Adopts the Internet: How-To Videos and Loving the Fatherless
Friday, June 19, 2020
Rob Kenney did not always have his father around. The newly-minted YouTube celebrity with three grown children of his own, had a father who walked out on him when he was fourteen. Unsure of where...
SpaceX, Christianity, and a Worldview Big Enough for the Stars
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Christians should realize that the awe that overwhelms humans when watching man set foot on the moon or a robot land on Mars or astronauts boarding the space station is more than a mere feeling....
Why We Should Thank God That Our Sun Is So 'Boring'
Friday, May 29, 2020
A recent study examining the sun is a reminder that God perfectly orchestrated our existence.
Why We Shouldn't Get Used to Online Church
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
While it is necessary to close physical church locations amid the global pandemic, meeting online should not enough for us when this is all said and done.
Running into the Plague While Social Distancing: Church History and Coronavirus
Tuesday, March 24, 2020
During the third-century Plague of Cyprian, Dionysius, bishop of Alexandria, wrote that the Romans “pushed the sufferers away and fled from their dearest, throwing them into the roads before they...
Banning 'Conversion Therapy'
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden unveiled his campaign commitments to the LGBTQ community last week noting that he would roll back religious liberty protections, pass the Equality...
Women Are More than Wombs: NY Debates Commercial Surrogacy
Friday, February 28, 2020
New York is considering two bills that would legalize commercial surrogacy in the state. Like in Washington State, where commercial surrogacy is already legal, the push in New York is being made...
Was the Nuclear Family a Mistake? - Answering David Brooks
Monday, February 24, 2020
New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote in an op-ed last week that while the nuclear family has always existed, without an extended circle of relatives, the structure is unstable. History...
'Christian' Atheists? - A Faith Too Good to Be False
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
According to Esther O’Reilly, skeptics admitting to the Christian faith’s positive influence on history is only the headline of this story (although we’d be remiss to not include the recent book...
Why Are We Still Funding This? The Failure of Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
In 2012, when a “Family Guy” episode aired depicting character Peter Griffith having a stroke, $150 million in federal grants went to embryo-destructive research. Despite all the funding dedicated...
Talking Worldview at Thanksgiving: Tips for Good Conversations
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Here are six tips for having good conversations around the Thanksgiving dinner table despite different worldviews.
Are There Limits to Denying Reality?: When Men Claim What Belongs to Women
Monday, November 25, 2019
Last week, the spokeswoman for a British doula association was forced to resign after reminding her social media followers that people who have wombs are… women. Commenting on a health awareness...
Why Mars? A Christian Worldview of Another World
Friday, November 22, 2019
By 2035, NASA is once again vowing to send astronauts to Mars.
Adam and Eve Are Possible: A Second Bite at the Genetic Apple
Monday, November 18, 2019
What if the science on Adam and Eve isn’t so settled? That’s the argument of a new paper by Discovery Institute senior fellow and developmental biologist Ann Gauger and Swedish mathematician Ola...
Christian news headlines from the United States and around the world
Unvaccinated Pastor, Fighting for Life with COVID, Urges: Get Vaxed and Learn from My Story
Former Obama, Trump Doctor Predicts Biden Will Face 25th Amendment, Be Asked to Resign 'For Medical Issues'
Chinese Authorities Interrupt Zoom Church Service, Order Pastor to Stop Preaching
School Can Require Christian Teacher to Use Transgender Pronouns and Names, Judge Rules
Japanese Christian Groups Call for 1 Million Hours of Prayer during Tokyo Olympics
Being Controversial Isn't Necessarily Wrong
Take Your Kids on a Hike
Only God Can Change Human Nature
Journal of Medical Ethics Says Parents Should Lose Rights over Children
Are Disasters and Pandemics the Judgment of God?
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