In Ecclesiastes, the Teacher lays out and contrasts the life of wisdom with that of folly. Both lifestyles are in fact thoroughly religious, and in the end, we will live in relation to God as either covenant-keepers or covenant-breakers.
Scott Masson gives a historical overview of how the philosophy behind the social justice movement developed in the west and now manifests itself in our culture.
Human beings are God’s stewards, and we are tasked with caring for His world for His glory. This booklet outlines a distinctly Christian view of creation care that preserves the Creator-creation distinction, takes seriously the issues of sin and redemption, and recalls Christians to the godly task of environmental stewardship.
This segment tackles the misconception that Christianity is divorced from real life and proposes rather that Scripture exposes and analyzes life with unmatched clarity. It is equally as dangerous for man to know about God without knowing his own sinfulness, as it is for man to know his own sinfulness without knowing of the redeemer who can cure him.