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John G. Stackhouse Jr.

Scholar & Author
Speaker & Consultant
Problem Solver &
Crime Fighter
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. lectured at Harvard
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. for the New York Times
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. theologian and historian on CBC
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. lectured at Yale
John G. Stackhouse, Jr.  for The Washington Post
John G. Stackhouse, Jr.  lectured at Edinburg University
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. on CTV News
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John G. Stackhouse, Jr. at Fudan University
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. on the Globe and Mail
John G. Stackhouse, Jr.  consultant for World Vision

John Stackhouse has a remarkable ability to bring questions of theology and culture to life for a contemporary audience. He does so with humour, compassion, and lively engagement, without ever losing sight of intellectual honesty and rigour. 

Nora Young, CBC Broadcaster

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Diagnosis, etiology, and prescription—medical terms for the questions every situation raises: What is it? Where did it come from? And what should be done about it?

Drawing from both social science and ethical reflection, John Stackhouse will help you better understand and respond to the challenge you face.


What's wrong?

What's okay but needs improvement? What's toxic and deserves eradication? What's terrific and must be encouraged? Whether in a particular organization, in a social sector (such as church, academy, or popular culture), or even at a national level, John Stackhouse specializes in identifying exactly what's going on—drawing on the social sciences to ground analysis in evidence and on philosophy and theology to call things by their proper names.

How did we get here?

We can't move forward—as individuals, institutions, or societies—until we have reckoned with our past. John Stackhouse's wide training in history, particularly that of North America and Europe, but in a global comparative framework, equips him to tell your story, the story of your organization, and the story of your context.  ​ Only when we have thoroughly understood where we have been, and what has brought us to the present, can we plan for a better future.


What shall we do?

Having extensively researched individuals and organizations over decades, John Stackhouse has a few good ideas about what works and what doesn't. ​ The requirements of good leadership aren't a mystery. What makes institutions healthy isn't hard to understand—not if you have put in the time and effort to study them.  ​ As an ethicist, expert witness, and experienced institutional consultant, John Stackhouse makes recommendations for the real world: specific, concrete, and practical.


John Stackhouse specializes in explaining contemporary culture to Christians and explaining Christianity to contemporary people around the world. 

He is an award-winning scholar, educator, and public communicator.

He has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books and more than 900 academic papers, scholarly book chapters, and columns. His recent books include Can I Believe? Christianity for the Hesitant and  Evangelicalism: A Very Short Introduction, both from the Oxford University Press.

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"To a group of well established, high-performing professionals seeking to enhance their public service careers by studying at the Harvard Kennedy School, Dr. Stackhouse put forth a productive, charitable, and realistic approach to diversity aimed at helping decision-makers navigate a 21st-century marketplace."

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Dr. Tyler Thigpen, University of Pennsylvania

Woke: An Evangelical Guide, new book by John G. Stackhouse, Jr.


Woke: An Evangelical Guide—to postmodernism, liberalism, Critical Race Theory, and more 

A brief and balanced introduction and response to the culture of "woke" for busy people.

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