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The Christian Heresy of Critical Theory Part II

This is a two-part series on the Christian heresy of critical theory. You can read part I here (link here). My contention is that critical theory is not just a dangerous ideology, but that it is Christian heresy. It attempts to replace God at multiple levels of Christian orthodoxy. The last post addressed the basic… Continue reading The Christian Heresy of Critical Theory Part II

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The Christian Heresy of Critical Theory Part I

Much has been said in our society about critical theory over the last couple years. The focus has specifically been on Critical Race Theory, but CRT is only one sewer line coming out of the cesspool of critical theory. This ideological view of race also has views on gender, sex, economics, and a variety of… Continue reading The Christian Heresy of Critical Theory Part I

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Should Pastors Engage in Politics? Part II

By Guest Blogger Ty Woznek This article is by guest blogger Ty Woznek. He is the senior pastor of Heartland Church in Norfolk, Nebraska. Ty and I have been friends for a few years. We often discuss theology, Christian philosophy, and church practice, sometimes on a weekly basis. Recently he published this article that I… Continue reading Should Pastors Engage in Politics? Part II

Church Life · Guest Blogger · Old Testament · Pastors · Philosophy · Politics · Ty Woznek

Should Pastors Engage in Politics? Part I

Guest Blogger Ty Woznek This article is by guest blogger Ty Woznek. He is the senior pastor of Heartland Church in Norfolk, Nebraska. Ty and I have been friends for a few years. We often discuss theology, Christian philosophy, and church practice, sometimes on a weekly basis. Recently he published this article that I thought… Continue reading Should Pastors Engage in Politics? Part I