Jim Davis and Mike Aitcheson talk live at TGC’s 2021 national conference with Tim Keller and Irwyn Ince about a biblical theology of race and justice. The panel explores the similarities of the 1940s course that Carl Henry charted between fundamentalism and liberalism, and how maintaining a prophetic witness will be important as we observe the phenomena of dechurching and deconversion.

Discussion Questions:

  1. How does Tim Keller define mishpat?
  2. How does Irwyn Ince define shalom?
  3. What inferences are drawn as to the relationship of mishpat to shalom?
  4. As you observe our cultural moment, what things bring you to a place of lament?
  5. As you observe our cultural moment, what things bring you to a place of encouragement?
  6. What are some of the negative consequences of failing to pursue mishpat and shalom in this particular conversation?
  7. What does good leadership look like in such difficult and complex conversations?



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