By: Jon Harris One of the more confusing circumstances for laymen to navigate is when their personal pastor goes “woke.” How could this happen? This… Read More »On Specialization and Social Justice in the Pulpit
Since the infamous “Resolution 9,” which endorsed Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality as “analytical tools” in the Southern Baptist Convention, there has been a lot… Read More »Methodists, Wesleyans, and Lutherans are being influenced by the social justice movement
Earlier this week, Conservative pastor Cary Gordon sat down with Steve Deace to discuss the new film project, “Enemies Within the Church.” Pastor Gordon gained… Read More »Prominent Conservative Pastor calls out Tim Keller for promoting “socialist economic platform”
By: David Harris In consideration of the current swing in American evangelical circles toward social justice, especially in reference to the recent interdenominational conferences, it… Read More »Exporting Social Justice: What happens when we send these ideas to the rest of the world?
By: Kenny Steier Over the past 2 weeks many at The Gospel Coalition’s MLK50 conference, and the Together 4 the Gospel Conference have been postulating… Read More »The gospel of “justice,” a new way to preach “circumcision?”
By: Jonathan Harris Some have rightfully asked, in light of the recent controversies over neo-Marxism at Together for the Gospel and MLK 50, “When is… Read More »When should racism be preached against?