Having been asked recently to write an essay for a friend on the subject, what are we to make of objections to men and women of different races getting married and having families?
Eric Mason’s idea of a conversation about race is like that of so many other Woke folk I’ve been friends and family to – a one-sided lecture rather than a genuine back and forth.
Strachan outlines clearly and thoroughly here how wokeness is distinct from and contrary to Biblical doctrine concerning God, man, sin, and salvation.
These are the Woke outcasts who love radical doubt and deconstructionism, and they love the trappings of Christianity without the Christianity itself.
It doesn’t take a credential or certificate to conclude that parents have a right to protect their children from being indoctrinated in Marxism and racial animus.
Kyle Rittenhouse has been found by a jury of his peers to be not guilty on all charges. By way of reminder, due process in this country is predicated on the presumption of innocence.
Is Paul David Tripp a theological liberal? Consider with me the man Tripp identifies as his own pastor, Dr. Eric Mason of Epiphany Fellowship Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Our modern-day Judaizers are this new brand of Woke Christian insisting that embracing Leftist ideology is the “works” when “faith without works is dead.”
Everywhere you look these days, woke pastors, churches, and Christianity are front and center. But should Wokism be regarded by God’s people as a primary or secondary issue?
Publishing ‘Distinctively Christian? An Additional Response to Reverend Kevin DeYoung’ at The Front Porch, they get more into the substance of DeYoung’s criticism this time. Mercifully, they are more succinct. Yet tragically, they are not more correct than they were before.