Social Justice: Why Christianity Offers More

The social justice movement says that the process of accepting one’s privilege is arduous, emotional work. Why not put that work toward what God calls us to do? God commands Christians to care for the individuals He brings into our lives. We are to do the work of an evangelist and share the Gospel with …

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Social Justice: Partial Truth & False Ideology

Partial Truth: Social justice centers its claim on this concept of “justice.” God is indeed a God of justice; Deuteronomy 32:4 says, “all His ways are just.” In the Old Testament, God showed concern for the poor, the afflicted, the fatherless, the widow, and the sojourner (Deuteronomy 10:18, 24:17, 27:19). These people were unable to fend for …

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Social Justice: Defined (according to society)

The following post is not satire. This is a direct unbiased presentation of how society defines social justice. In later posts, I provide commentary from a biblical perspective. The social justice movement is a solution to a problem. The problem lies within American systems' oppressor/oppressed format (i.e., education, government, and corporations). In other words, the …

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