Andrew Sandlin speaks to incoming university and college students about the origins and issues of Critical Theory at the 2019 To Give an Answer training program.
Andrew Sandlin explains the history of the complementarian movement, what it got right and wrong, and a biblical approach to understanding masculinity and femininity.
God has created a good world, and has given His people the task of stewarding, caring for, and restoring it. A Christian understanding of creation care understands that God has promised to make all things new.
Cultural theology is the discipline of understanding what God’s Word says about culture, and applying that understanding to those various cultural spheres. Cultural theology is an approach that aims to get to the root of all human activity by examining the god concept at work in a particular cultural sphere.
The ideology of cultural Marxism has quietly influenced the way that believers think, but this worldview is actually just a poor copy of the power, justice, and glory of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our understanding of the first chapters of Genesis has implications for the way we understand the rest of Scripture. And very real, practical matters are caught up in how we answer this question. What is a human being? What is God? How should we think about caring for the natural world? How should we treat our neighbour? How should we treat our dinner? Our starting point has a great deal to say about where we end up.
The cross itself was a moment of victory for God and His people, and Christians need to remember this in our efforts to imitate Christ.
Andrew Sandlin and Joe Boot discuss Tim Keller's recent New York Times opinion piece, and the trend among many evangelical leaders and pastors to try to balance biblical soteriology with a worldly, unbiblical view of ethics and justice.
Andrew Sandlin explains the origins of the term 'progressivism' and explains how the Christian idea of progress leads to cultural development, while the secular understanding of progress leads to a cyclical, and ultimately futile, view of history.
Cultural Marxism is one of those phrases that we use a lot; but for those who don't have the leisure to study this material, how do we understand this term? Andrew Sandlin explains the origins, nature, and insidious implications of this worldview that has been in ascendance in the modern West.
Jesus Christ's death was itself an exaltation and victory the Son of Man lifted up to draw the sinful world to him, and victory over the forces of Satan and sin and hell.