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He Comes with Good News

by David Robinson

July 26, 2020 | 2 Samuel 18:1-19:8

The nature and events of Absalom’s death foreshadow the crucifixion and the arrival of the Gospel.

 

Justice, Race and Revolution

by Joe Boot

July 6, 2020

Only the gospel of the kingdom that announces jubilee in Jesus Christ is able to bring reconciliation where oppression, hatred or resentment, conflict and acts of vengeance between peoples once reigned.

 

What is Black Liberation Theology?

by Samuel Sey

June 8, 2020

Samuel Sey introduces Black Liberation Theology and demonstrates that it is a form of the liberal social gospel that has risen to prominence in recent years hand in hand with prominent race-based movements like Black Lives Matter.

 

Those Who Honour Me

by Russ Hiebert

January 20, 2019 | 1 Samuel 2:11-36

God prepares those who honour him to replace those who don't.

 

Those Who Honour Me

by Russ Hiebert

January 20, 2019 | 1 Samuel 2:11-36

God prepares those who honour him to replace those who don’t.

 

Tim Keller and Evangelical Accommodation

by Andrew Sandlin and Joe Boot and Ryan Eras

November 2, 2018

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.

 

Racism, Abortion, and Woke Christianity

by Ryan Eras and Samuel Sey

October 5, 2018 | Ephesians 2:11-22

Samuel Sey of slowtowrite.com joins us to talk about writing from a biblical perspective on the politically-charged subject of racism – a sphere dominated by ungodly thinking.

 

Is Social Justice Just?

by Joe Boot

June 26, 2018

In order to have true and equal justice in society, we must have a standard outside of and higher than society in which the idea of justice is grounded.

 

Do Black Lives Really Matter?

by Joe Boot and Steven Martins

January 18, 2017

Contemporary social justice movements like Black Lives Matter operate on a problematic and dangerous understanding of the nature of justice.

 

Who Defines Justice?

by Joe Boot

January 13, 2017

Many churches and governments in our age have abandoned true justice in favour of whatever the state decrees. However, if we will not have a transcendent standard for justice, there can be no true definition of it.

 

What is the Standard for Justice?

by Joe Boot

January 6, 2017

If we will not look to God's infallible Word to learn about justice, how will we define it?

 

The Heart of the Wise and the House of Mourning

by David Robinson

March 20, 2016 | Ecclesiastes 7:1-14

In the face of euthanasia in our culture, the church is to minister the compassion and mercy of Christ, providing emotional, spiritual, and physical care for those who are lonely and dying.