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Jun 18, 2021

John and Maria explain the significance of to important court cases that were decided this week. One case involving Jack Phillips challenges religious freedom in the public life. The other is a protection of the freedom of non-profit organizations to conduct businesses guided by religious convictions.

Maria introduced a...


Jun 18, 2021

Since I wasn’t even alive in 1968, I’ll defer to Boomers and historians to tell us whether the country was more divided back then or today. In my lifetime, however, I can confidently say that the racial, political, economic, and ideological polarization has never been worse, nor has the violence and outrage. 

No...


Jun 17, 2021

In a rather stunning op-ed at CNN a couple of weeks ago, a medical doctor offered an answer to one of the great worldview questions: “What is the highest good?” Bodily autonomy, wrote Dr. Alexis Drutchas, is the highest human right, and should trump all other considerations in medical decision making: “Adults...


Jun 17, 2021

John welcomes Michael Craven, Director of the Colson Fellows program, to facilitate the BreakPoint Q&A this week.

John answers questions ranging from what parents should prioritize in fostering faith to how people who weren't mentors can mentor others.

John also fields a question on a recent BreakPoint. A...


Jun 16, 2021

Christianity has always been concerned about body and spirit, mind and matter, the spiritual and the physical. This was why wherever Christianity spread, believers established hospitals and schools alongside churches. In China, for example, Western medicine was an essential ingredient of the growth of Christianity. Many...