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Church, Today We Need Dr. King’s Vision of Justice

Interest in social justice has been growing among white evangelicals, even if some of the old guard within pockets of evangelicalism are writing “statements” against it. Dennis Edwards rightly notes that “political and social activism” as activities of social justice “are sometimes the tools available to Christians to make right what is wrong in society.” Nevertheless, some followers of Jesus remain hesitant when the call to justice makes itself known. For a long time, I shared that hesitation. I wrestled with questions like, “Should I personally advocate for justice? Should the church have an active ministry of justice? Is the work of social justice the work of the kingdom of God? What is my responsibility in the face of
Culture

Top 20 Articles of 2018 from Missio Alliance

I couldn’t be more thrilled with the thoughtful work coming out of our Writing Collectives in 2018. This year’s articles reflect a deep engagement with issues essential to the mission of the church, such as the dangers of nationalism, how…
Formation
Theology

A Brief Theology of Walls

My twin brother and I would constantly punch each other—especially through the teenage years.  Sometimes playfully. Oftentimes not. We would punch each other for any and every reason, great or small. Usually the punching would come after some verbal sparring…
Witness

Racism and The Dying American Church

Lately, I’ve been wondering if the white church in North America is dying precisely because of its racism. I had a conversation with a friend over dinner who grew up in a Christian home. She claims she still has “faith,”…
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