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The FAQs: What Christians Should Know About Social Justice

What is social justice? Should Christians advocate for social justice? Is it even a term that Christians should use? Over the past few years the rise of the term “social justice” among Christians has coincided with a growing level of misunderstanding, misuse, and misapplication of the term. Here are a few things Christians should know about social justice. Where did the term “social justice” originate? Jesuit priest Luigi Taparelli D’Azeglio coined the term in the 1840s and based the concept on the teachings of Thomas Aquinas. Taparelli used…
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Two Lessons in Leading Upward

“I don’t trust you anymore.” That’s what I said to one of my church elders as I confronted him about a serious issue with his character. This difficult conversation, which came after many heated and frustrating talks with him, was hindered further by our age difference—I was the same age as his oldest son. Challenges of Being Young When I was 30 years old, I became…

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Everyone’s Invited to the Kingdom Potluck
The topic of money and biblical stewardship levels the playing field for all types of Christians. God’s mandate for how to work and handle our money is humbling but liberating. In a world where the gap between the haves and have-nots appears to be widening, Christians are forced to wrestle with the question of how to steward our resources in the direction of economic justice. How can we be generous, wise, and God-honoring? In Practicing the King’s Economy: Honoring Jesus in How We Work, Earn, Spend, Save, and Give, Michael Rhodes (director of community development and an instructor at…

Everyone’s Invited to the Kingdom Potluck

This book challenges us to not merely feed our neighbors, but to also sit at the table with them.

Are Some Determined to Believe the Worst About Reformed Theology?

What Lennox defends isn’t a solid commitment to divine sovereignty and to human responsibility.

The Pope Who Would Be King

The longest occupant of Peter’s Chair (1846–1878) was a study in contradictions.

Can’t Men and Women Be Friends?

We need wisdom to know how to enjoy the blessings of friendship in a way that will honor both