A Victim of Bad Ideas Is Frozen out of Fertility

Seven years ago, Bloomberg Businessweek’s cover story told professional women, “Freeze Your Eggs, Free Your Career.” The story told of a woman in her late 30s, single and successful in her career, who spent $19,000 to have her eggs frozen. She planned to focus on a career now and keep open the possibility of marriage and kids … More A Victim of Bad Ideas Is Frozen out of Fertility

There’s No Such Thing as “Safe Sex” For Kids

Today’s BreakPoint: There’s No Such Thing as “Safe Sex” For Kids In 1984, only 14 percent of Americans wore seat belts. Anyone else remember bouncing unrestrained around the back of the family station wagon like I did? Three years later, after seat belt laws were enacted in 30 states, that percentage tripled to 42 percent. Last year, … More There’s No Such Thing as “Safe Sex” For Kids

The Call to Be Countercultural

Today’s BreakPoint: The Call to Be Countercultural JOHN STONESTREET WITH MARIA BAER Two years ago, when Jackie Hill-Perry, a talented writer, poet, and speaker, spoke at a Wilberforce Weekend, she had the entire room leaning forward in their chairs. A powerful speaker with a powerful testimony about following Christ out of a lesbian lifestyle–no one in the audience … More The Call to Be Countercultural

WAP and “Cuties”

Today’s BreakPoint: WAP and “Cuties” What America’s Number 1 Song Says About Us JOHN STONESTREET WITH DAVID CARLSON Though Americans remain a morally serious people, at least in our quickness to condemn each other as “Hitlers” for various misdeeds, we are clearly not concerned with moral consistency. We demand churches close to stop the spread of … More WAP and “Cuties”

The Aftermath of Bostock: A Cultural Seismic Shift

The Aftermath of Bostock: A Cultural Seismic Shift It takes a phrase like “seismic shift” to describe how much the 2015 Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges altered the political and cultural landscape. Not only did it redefine marriage across cultural sectors and an entire nation, it had a huge impact on religious freedom. In an … More The Aftermath of Bostock: A Cultural Seismic Shift

What Would You Say about Men Competing as Women?

What Would You Say about Men Competing as Women? JOHN STONESTREET  WITH ROBERTO RIVERA On February 29, Megan Youngren made sports history. Not by breaking a world record, or by overcoming a particularly devastating injury. No, Youngren became the first openly transgender athlete to compete at the U.S. Olympic marathon trials. As is almost always the case … More What Would You Say about Men Competing as Women?

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