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A “Redemptive Foundation” For Evangelical Social Justice
What can a forgotten twentieth-century evangelical theologian teach us about approaching social justice?
Social Justice: A Worthy Cause and a Terrible God
On Wednesday this past week, a theology professor at Fuller Seminary tweeted the following: "I tried organized religion... too preachy/ too conformist/ too much 'us vs them'..." Yet instead of pasty white middle-aged men with tucked in, button-down shirts and women with dresses down to their ankles, the picture below featured an angry mob of … Continue reading Social Justice: A Worthy Cause and a Terrible God
How Evangelicals Can Understand Systemic Racism
A review of Al Mohler's take on systemic racism.
What Christianity can contribute to the social justice conversation
Anyone who has followed my blog for any period of time knows that there are two things that I am passionate about: good theology and social justice. I have demonstrated at length how the concept of social justice has biblical foundations. At the same time, I have also written about how biblical social justice will … Continue reading What Christianity can contribute to the social justice conversation
Is Caring about Social Justice “Un-evangelical”?
Recently I have had someone claim while speaking to me that social justice is "un-evangelical" (in so many words). I have demonstrated several times in my blog that social justice is a biblical concept (for example, here and here), though it may differ at points from how the rest of the world may define it. … Continue reading Is Caring about Social Justice “Un-evangelical”?
The Both/And of Christian Witness (Part II)
This past Christmas, popular conservative commentator Allie Beth Stuckey revisted an old debate on her Twitter page, retorting: “Does the person claiming Jesus was a poor refugee also believe Jesus is the Way, the Truth & the Life and that no one comes to the Father except through Him? Do they hold the Word of God … Continue reading The Both/And of Christian Witness (Part II)
Billy Graham and Cultural Engagement: A Lesson to Christians
I'm not sure I would be here if it wasn't for Billy Graham. I don't say that as a matter of mere sentiment, but as an objective observation. Although Millennials such as myself have only lived in the twilight years of Billy Graham's life and ministry, his influence on previous generations has reverberated down to … Continue reading Billy Graham and Cultural Engagement: A Lesson to Christians
Theological Orthodoxy and Social Justice
One of the things that surprised me after posting my latest blog-post was how it seemed to have resonated and struck a chord with the disenfranchised millennial in the local church. I don't have enough Professor X powers to tell you why, but I suspect that at least one of the reasons may have been the … Continue reading Theological Orthodoxy and Social Justice