Everyone is pro-choice to a degree. We all believe people should be free to make important life decisions. But when is our choice limited? Sean explains.
How can graduates best stay faithful to Jesus? Sean lists five brief points that come from a baccalaureate speech by his Talbot colleague Mike Wilkins.
The recent book "The Next Mormons" offers fascinating insights about how younger generations are transforming the LDS Church. Sean highlights 4 big trends.
Did Jonah really live in a big fish for three days and three nights? Isn't this story clearly a legend? Sean briefly tackles this question.
In his recent book on secularism and religion, sociologist Christian Smith raises three difficult moral questions for atheism.
Endgame is truly an epic film. Yet along with being great entertainment, guest host Tim Stratton describes how it solves the logical problem of evil.
Sean's latest book with J. Warner Wallace is now available. SO THE NEXT GENERATION WILL KNOW is a practical guide to help caring adults train youth.
There are many reasons kids leave the church. One often ignored, and yet crucial issue, is bad theology. Sean shows how good theology is critical for students.
Marvel has captured a generation with its films over the past decade. As a fan and parent, Sean gives 4 reasons he's grateful for the films.
What is the best way to help students who have abandoned their faith? Sean addresses this issue from both his research and experience working with students.