Glenn Stanton

Glenn T. Stanton is the director for family formation studies at Focus on the Family. He debates and lectures extensively on the issues of gender, sexuality, marriage and parenting at universities and churches around the country. Glenn is the author of four books and a contributor to nine others. He’s a huge Bob Dylan fan, loves quirky movies, and picked out and bought the first piece of clothing for himself when he was 28. Glenn and his wife, Jacqueline, have five children and live in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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An Invite From the Gender-Studies Folks

I was recently invited to participate in a panel discussion on the nature of gender at a conference hosted by a particular university here in Colorado. I was honored to be invited and eager to participate because this topic is very important and seldom …

When Evangelical Leaders Go All Flippy-Floppy on Marriage

A popular evangelical leader and author shared his thoughts on marriage this past weekend. I won’t mention his name because his MO seems to be to say provocative things when he has a new book coming out to kick up publicity. No reason to help him with …

Does the World Have Enough Babies?

There have been a number of articles appearing lately that highlight a serious and growing problem for our nation, and we are not alone. Nearly every other nation in the world is facing it, too, and to a much greater degree than the United States. Ther …

Voting and the Dilemma of the Lesser of Two Evils

We were finally old enough to vote, and our first time to the polls was for a critical presidential election. It was an uncertain and deeply tumultuous time for America. We had a president in his first term who inherited an economy that was deeply in t …

Ignorance Is Not Bliss

Christians use lots of quotes. Pastors use them in their sermons constantly. Writers illustrate their points with them. Nothing wrong with that. They are quite helpful and encouraging in making a point. Save when the quote has no basis in fact. We as e …

And You Thought the ’70s Were Over

Here is a woman who got married earlier this year. It was a beautiful event. All her family and friends were there. It was even highlighted in her South Dakota town newspaper. It was such a remarkable event that everyone in her town and beyond have bee …

Should Churches Push Contraception?

Young evangelical leaders at the recent Q conference in DC were asked, as part of a panel on reducing abortions, this question:  “Do you believe that churches should advocate contraception for their single 20-somethings?” The “yes” crowd was 66 percent …

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