Glenn T. Stanton
Glenn T. Stanton
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Glenn T. Stanton is a Federalist senior contributor who writes and speaks about family, gender, and art, is the director of family formation studies at Focus on the Family, and is the author of the brand new “The Myth of the Dying Church” (Worthy, 2019). He blogs at glenntstanton.com.

Science Is On The Side Of Those Resisting Transgender Ideology In Schools

Those pushing back against gender lies aren’t just backed up by their faith, but the informed support of some of the world’s leading scientists.

In Ordaining A Trans Bishop, Leftist Denomination Calls God A Liar

One of the largest religious bodies in America has just radically denied God’s first words to us about His own image.

Including Queer Sexuality Actually Means Excluding Women

In this terribly problematic turn for a movement that is supposed to be all about advancing human rights, lesbians are the canaries in the coal mine.

How ‘Love Is Love’ Leads To Sexless ‘Marriages Between Friends’

‘Friend marriage’ is just the latest phase of the movement turning marriage into something focused on self-expression rather than true love.

5 Books Culturally Aware Americans Should Read This Summer

Taken together, these five books provide a unique and much-needed perspective on what truly matters in an age of increasingly prevalent lies.

Some On The Left Are Realizing Having More Babies Is A Good Idea

One side of the argument about having more children certainly has the support of careful and compelling scientific data. The other side has only hysteria.

Why Easter’s Holy Week Means Hope For The Downcast

Anguish is a part of the Christian story, but the hope of Easter morning tells us it is only for a season.

Why It’s Impossible For Christianity To Ever Endorse Transsexuality

Christianity has a deeply grounded, beautiful understanding of what it means to be human — whether uniquely male or uniquely female.

Huge Increase In LGBT Identification Casts Doubt On ‘Born This Way’ Claim

The new data tell us people are simply becoming more elastic in how they view their sexuality and gender. And if sexuality is elastic, that has huge implications.

How A U.S. President And A Former Slave Who Sometimes Disagreed Became Friends

One was born in a one-room cabin in Kentucky. The other, born into slavery in Maryland. In time, they became two of America’s best leaders.

Stable Families Are Helping Protect Kids From Lockdown-Induced Depression And Suicide

All other things being equal, children from married, two-parent homes are doing better amid COVID-19 than those in other familial situations.

Outrage Over Max Lucado Shows There Is No Room For Dissent In LGBT Church Politics

Max Lucado’s singular message is God’s unending love for everyone, but his invitation to speak at the National Cathedral sent the Episcopal Church reeling.

How Donald J. Trump Accidentally Revived ‘Objective Truth’

At the very least, Donald J. Trump served to convince the left that objective truth does indeed exist and it does make unbending claims on all of us.

Abortion Supporters Are No Longer Lying About Their Cruelty

It’s worth asking how the pro-abortion movement in the United States and abroad has become so inhumanely callous and cruel.

New England Journal Of Wokeness Erases Its Medical Credentials With False Article About Gender Identity

The charge that sex designations on a birth certificate is medically ill-advised stands contrary to even the most basic understanding of science.

Why Other Queers Are Stuffing Lesbians Back In The Closet

The stubborn fact that male and female each have an objective nature will ultimately be the end of contemporary gender theory, and it looks like the lesbians are the canary in that coal mine.

Fewer Americans Are Marrying Now Than Ever, But Those Who Do Love It More

Divorce has finally hit its lowest point in 50 years, and studies show coronavirus is giving couples a renewed appreciation for each other and for marriage.

Who Calls The Presidential Election? It’s Not The Media, It’s The Constitution

The next president of the United States will be officially determined, according to our careful and deliberative constitutional routine, on December 14, 2020.

Corporate Media Doubles Down On Hatred For Everyone Who Voted Trump

Leftist columnists want you not to miss this fact: If you voted for Trump, you are a very bad person — not just wrong, not just confused. You are evil.

New Data Shows Climate Change Hysteria Isn’t Grounded In Science

While we must steward the planet God has gifted to us, there is no empirical basis for apocalyptic predictions of impending doom.