Woke to BROKE

What’s more important for a company: to make a profit, or to do “social good?” More and more companies seem to be focusing on the latter. But is that a good business strategy? And, what does that mean for the economy, for you… and your bank account? Click here to watch this video. RELATED: The … More Woke to BROKE

Barronelle Stutzman’s Long Obedience and the Failure of the Court

I am not an attorney so I have no clue how SCOTUS decides which cases it will hear and which ones it will turn away. One would have thought this case was a clear-cut violation of the owner’s rights. Maybe they deemed they had already settled the argument in MASTERPIECE CAKESHOP, LTD., ET AL. v. … More Barronelle Stutzman’s Long Obedience and the Failure of the Court

A Fancy Dinner Isn’t a Moral Failure

Colson Center for Christian Worldview  A Fancy Dinner Isn’t a Moral Failure JOHN STONESTREET WITH MARIA BAER Earlier this month, when celebrity chef Thomas Keller was interviewed by NPR about his new cookbook, his interviewer wasn’t all that interested in the recipes. Instead, he wanted to talk about the $850-per-plate price tag at Keller’s recently reopened San Francisco restaurant. … More A Fancy Dinner Isn’t a Moral Failure

Today’s BreakPoint: In Times Like These, We Need “A Christian View of Money”

According to a Wall Street Journal report last week, there are “signs suggesting damage from the crisis is starting to ease.” For example, though consumer spending fell a record 13.6 percent in April, personal income increased, and preliminary reports indicate a strong rise in… VIA: In Times Like These, We Need “A Christian View of Money”  

The Viral Pandemic of Distrust and Misinformation

The Viral Pandemic of Distrust and Misinformation Worldview Lessons from the Coronavirus, Part 4 JOHN STONESTREET  WITH SHANE MORRIS The information age is full of both plusses and minuses, especially during a time of national crisis. Among the blessings we should count is the ability of many of us to work from home, and the … More The Viral Pandemic of Distrust and Misinformation

Upholding Human Dignity and Fighting Coronavirus

Jobs or Lives? JOHN STONESTREET  WITH SHANE MORRIS After almost two weeks of government-advised physical distancing, the President has announced a 30-day extension to this part of the fight against the coronavirus. As various numbers associated with this pandemic continue to grow, especially the shocking prediction that U.S. deaths could top 100,000, we must never … More Upholding Human Dignity and Fighting Coronavirus

The Philosophy Fad

The Philosophy Fad Quoting Marcus Aurelius Doesn’t Make You a Stoic JOHN STONESTREET  WITH ROBERTO RIVERA According to Wikipedia, “cultural appropriation” is “the adoption of elements of one culture by members of another culture.” While accusations of cultural appropriation fly around a bit out-of-control these days, the most contentious example is the taking of cultural artifacts … More The Philosophy Fad

The Fairness for All Act

The Fairness for All Act JOHN STONESTREET WITH DAVID CARLSON  09 Dec 2019 New Legislation Falls Short On Friday, Republican Representative Chris Stewart of Utah introduced the Fairness for All Act, which, as Christianity Today reports, “would prohibit anti-LGBT discrimination in employment, housing, and places of public accommodation, including retail stores, banks, and health care service providers.” In … More The Fairness for All Act