biblical worldview

What's America's Real Problem Concerning Race?

Voddie Baucham, Out problem is the discrepancy between social and biblical justice

I have pursued justice my entire Christian life. Yet I am about as “anti-social justice” as they come—not because I have abandoned my obligation to “strive for peace with everyone, and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord” (Hebrews 12:14), but because I believe the current concept of social justice is incompatible with biblical Christianity.

'If You Don't Affirm Me, You Don't Love Me': What Maundy Thursday Can Teach Us about Truth and Love

hand holding heart up to light, god is love john 4:8

Though the volume has increased in recent years, the American Church has been dividing over whether it should be primarily about proclaiming truth or about serving others since at least the mid-20th century. But, it’s an unnecessary choice to make. These two things need never be separated and should never be separated. On the same night Jesus commanded us to remember how His broken body and shed blood rescues us from sin (that’s the truth), He commanded us to demonstrate our new life by serving others (that’s love).

Why Canceling Dr. Seuss Is a Threat to All Evangelicals

Dr. Seuss books, 6 Dr. Seuss books are pulled from publication and sale for racists undertones

It’s no longer enough to seek a world in which all Americans have equal opportunities with regard to voting, education, employment, or other civil rights. Now we must be proactive in “canceling” any oppression as defined by any person considered to be oppressed. We must identify “structural power imbalances” and “take action against injustice” as defined by the SPLC and similar groups.

Why We Must Never Concede the High Ground of Truth

Why We Must Never Concede the High Ground of Truth

Yesterday I noted that one evangelical response to cultural opposition is to defend our religious liberty, a valuable and urgent task being performed by some of the finest Christian legal organizations in America. However, to our critics, we are merely seeking the “right to be wrong.” As a result, we must also persuade our skeptical culture that we seek the “right to be right.”