Big Eva · Justice · Theology

How to Beat the Big Eva Shell Game

For years something has gone on in Big Eva (big/popular evangelicalism) that a lot of us have issues with. For a lot of us, there has been a struggle to know how things got where they are, or when they turned. Guys like Ed Stetzer, Tim Keller, David Platt and others that many of us… Continue reading How to Beat the Big Eva Shell Game

Critical Theory · Cultural Marxism · Garden · Gospel · Heresy · Justice · Karl Marx · Suffering

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

Critical Theory · Guest Blogger · Justice · Ty Woznek

Throw Out the Micah 6:8 Lake House Sign

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 several years. We often discuss theology, Christian philosophy, and church practice, sometimes on a weekly basis. Ty worked on a project concerning Micah 6:8 in seminary, and I asked… Continue reading Throw Out the Micah 6:8 Lake House Sign

Charity · Jesus · Justice · Ten Commandments

A Blend of Justice and Love

I have been writing on some ideas of justice over the last year. Those who would disagree with me would be quick to jump to talk about things I have not touched on. What I would like to do is share a list of past articles in a specific order so we can more fully… Continue reading A Blend of Justice and Love

Justice · Non-Aggression Principle · Philosophy · Ten Commandments

The 10 Commandments and Justice

I’ve written several articles in relation to justice. It is one of the ideas that we currently fight over the most in our society. At the same time we can’t even agree on a basic definition of justice. This is one of the many ideas which has divided us today. I have defined justice as… Continue reading The 10 Commandments and Justice

Charity · Justice · Love

Charity Triumphs Over Justice

In my blog  Defending Justice From the Social Warriors  I defined  justice. My base and simple definition: justice is people being able to own themselves and their possessions. In a follow-up article, Jesus Discusses Justice , I wrote how I believe Jesus taught this same definition of justice. The question automatically follows from those who do… Continue reading Charity Triumphs Over Justice

Basics · Jesus · Justice · Nap · Non-Aggression Principle · Philosophy · Social Justice · Social Justice Warrior

Jesus Discusses Justice

So many people see Jesus as some flower child walking around in the tall grass with sandals, a robe, and some stringed instrument. This emasculated version of Jesus is not only a perversion of who He is, but is often used as propaganda by many to defend their personal “beliefs.” One area often misunderstood is… Continue reading Jesus Discusses Justice

Basics · Justice · Nap · Non-Aggression Principle · Philosophy · Social Justice · Social Justice Warrior

Defending Justice from the Social Warriors

The year of 2017 in some ways could have been the year of the social justice warrior (SJW). There are many ideas as to what a SJW is, but I would simply define it as someone who believes that they see social injustices in the world and fight for justice. Often this is done on… Continue reading Defending Justice from the Social Warriors

Justice

Justice Both Ways

Justice is tough because it’s hard to quantify and measure. It is a truth, a philosophy, which we must theorize about concerning thousands of matters in life. One of God’s chief characteristics is justice, and the Christian must walk all of the way around it to make sure he or she understands the whole matter,… Continue reading Justice Both Ways