Voddie T. Baucham’s Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe is an excellent book and you should read it. That is the short version.
Voddie reminds me here why I have admired and appreciated him so much over the years. My wife Lauren and I had the pleasure of hearing him speak at Cedarville University’s chapel twice in 2006 when we were attending there, and here in his latest book I find that he still communicates with the same grace, truth, and love he did back then. That he does so is as needful as ever it was.
In short, this is a book about arguably the most pressing issue facing the church in our lifetimes. Will social justice and critical theory be allowed to fundamentally transform our understanding of God’s Word, ourselves, salvation, grace, sin, and the gospel? Or will the church standing in humble confidence and faith on the inerrancy and sufficiency of Scripture continue to be salt and light as Christ our Savior calls us to?
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