Jared Stacy is a PhD candidate in theological ethics at the University of Aberdeen. Before moving to Aberdeen, Jared pastored for nearly a decade in the United States. He and his wife Stevie have three children
As Donald Trump celebrates an overwhelming victory in the US’s first election contest of 2024, Jared Stacy notes that most white evangelicals are among his supporters. What does this mean for the future of the American Church?
After a song about poverty and disenfranchisement went viral recently, making Christian singer-songwriter Oliver Anthony an overnight celebrity, Jared Stacy explains why ’Rich men north of Richmond’ falls short of being a true biblical protest song
Donald Trump is on the cusp of indictment and yet Christians are still flocking to his political rallies, crying “God, guns and Trump”. Jared Stacy looks at the reasons why
Church leaders are calling on governments to 'repent' for Covid ‘totalitarianism’. I won’t be joining them
Is there an emerging totalitarianism of State control over the Church? Should we fear "medical coersion"? Has the media been guilty of fear-mongering during the pandemic? "Yes", say hundreds of church leaders...
As the committee investigating the 6 January 2021 attack holds public hearings to announce their findings, Jared Stacy says America needs to go beyond political investigation and look at the ungodly theology which motivated the riots
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Christians have a dual responsibility to question conspiracy theories and show compassion to those who believe them, says Jared Stacy