It isn't possible to separate Wilberforce's faith from his career in public office. His tireless campaigning against slavery was a direct result of his Christian belief that man is made in the image of God and that life matters.
Christians called to public office have a responsibility to be true salt and light in their position; social policy is reflective of social norms, and if we will not uphold a biblical standard for a just society, we will inevitably uphold an anti-biblical standard.
Contemporary social justice movements like Black Lives Matter operate on a problematic and dangerous understanding of the nature of justice.
What are the cultural motives inherent in Islam, and what influence do they have in Western society?
The doctrine of Tawhid, the absolute unity of God in Islam, has several implications for the doctrines of God and man. Critically, there can be no true knowledge of, or relationship with, God.
Are Christians and Muslims talking about the same God, or are there irreconcilable differences between the relational, Triune God and the Islamic doctrine of tawhid, the absolute unity of Allah?
How does the church relate to culture? The answer comes down to our understanding of the gospel. The life of God's people is a culture, beginning with the transformation of the individual heart, moving out from there to influence families, societies and the world.
In light of the headlines, what are the religious commitments on display in modern Western society?
What does Scripture have to say about the existence of nations and national identity? How does this apply to our current geopolitical environment?
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The modern iteration of Two Kingdoms theology is an artificial and unbiblical distinction between sacred and secular. Christ is reconciling all things to himself, and at the end, will hold all men accountable for their works.