Reparations: It’s Not Just the Argument, It’s the Attitude

The idea of slavery reparations is all the rage in the woke sections of our culture, and in the rising ‘woke church’ movement. The idea behind this demand is that since black people were enslaved for centuries, that the descendents of those who enslaved them now owe the descendents of those slaves reparations for the … Continue reading Reparations: It’s Not Just the Argument, It’s the Attitude

Social Justice or Justice in Society: What’s the Difference?

The debate over social justice in the church is a confusing and sometimes antagonistic mess. There are many reasons for this, but I think one of the chief reasons for the confusion is that there are two definitions of social justice in play. This can lead to Christians who agree on what is right and … Continue reading Social Justice or Justice in Society: What’s the Difference?

Reparations Are Not The Path To Justice

Recently, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary released a report detailing the history of racism at the institution, alongside a statement denouncing and lamenting said racism. In addition, the Southern Baptist Convention has denounced racism and slavery in an official statement. This is a good and necessary thing to do, distancing the seminary from the racist … Continue reading Reparations Are Not The Path To Justice