Many people today may not realize that the very first civil rights act was passed in 1866 by Republicans in Congress. The Civil Rights Act of 1866 was the first federal law to define citizenship and affirm all citizens equal protection under the law. However, this act was not strong enough to ensure the abolishment … Continue reading How Do We Enslave Ourselves to the Law?
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Should Your Kids Be Watching Anime?
Photo by mentatdgt on Pexels.com Click here to listen to Stephanie's workshop from the Engage 2021 Conference in Chicago, IL..Click here for her notes from the workshop. The infiltration of anime into our homes is not something to be taken lightly. Most anime is not family friendly, and despite it being in a cartoon format, the messages … Continue reading Should Your Kids Be Watching Anime?
Is the Purpose of Salvation to Renew Creation? Evangelical Responses to Tim Keller’s Social Justice Theology.
Introduction I have been gravely concerned with the growing divide amongst Christians regarding the social justice issue. This is a theological problem at its core and Christian leaders such Timothy Keller and the Gospel Coalition have been espousing it to the detriment of unity within the evangelical church. There has been a lot written already … Continue reading Is the Purpose of Salvation to Renew Creation? Evangelical Responses to Tim Keller’s Social Justice Theology.