Reclaiming a Biblical Vision of Social Justice

 

The Cultural Mandate and Social Justice

by Joe Boot

November 17, 2014

MOG2014 06: As King of kings, Jesus requires all creation to worship him and to serve his kingdom purposes. Our hope is the gospel of the kingdom. By the power of the resurrection Christ is restoring all creation to a condition of righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit.

 

Biblical Principles of Social Justice Q&A

by Andrew Sandlin and Joe Boot and Scott Masson

November 17, 2014

MOG2014 05: Biblical principles of justice have profound implications for our lives and callings. Conference speakers interact with questions on: sharia law, millennialism, welfare, the tithe, political activism, and the Christian future.

 

Why Christian Culture: The Ruin and Restoration

by Andrew Sandlin

November 17, 2014

MOG2014 04: Culture is the use and ordering of creation for a purpose. Equipped by the word and Spirit of God, the Christian's glorious calling is to build a godly culture, seeking first the Kingdom of God.

 

Why Christian Culture: The Roots and Reign

by Andrew Sandlin

November 17, 2014

MOG2014 03: A culture following after Christ will pursue justice in a way that understands God as the ultimate judge and lawgiver. Our modern culture has embraced counterfeit concepts of justice which are traced historically, theologically and practically to our present day.

 

Repressive Tolerance and Cultural Marxism

by Scott Masson

November 17, 2014

MOG2014 02: Twentieth-century academics have slanderously represented Christian beliefs and lifestyles as evil. Christianity is seen as the root of a fundamental social injustice which the progressive state must now eradicate.

 

Recovering the Foundations of Social Justice

by Joe Boot

November 17, 2014

MOG2014 01: Justice must be firmly grounded in biblical revelation; building a just society on any other foundation is impossible and yields only arbitrary justice. Biblical social justice is more than merely social criticism, and can be understood only in terms of the Kingdom of God.