One of the most astonishing and disturbing trends in evangelicalism over the last few years is the significant number of leaders and organizations that have succumbed to the pressure of the “Woke” mob to join them in their attacks upon the so-called “White” culture. Organizations, such as The Gospel Coalition, and leaders of the SBC, among many others, have gone on record as supportive of the objectives of BLM, CRT, and other leftist groups. Voddie Baucham, in his powerful book, Fault Lines, highlights the dangers to the Church inherent in such actions.
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In September, Wheaton College dean Ed Stetzer interviewed National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins on his podcast, “Church Leadership” about why Christians who want to obey Christ’s command to love their neighbors should get the Covid vaccine and avoid indulging in misinformation.
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In June 2020, Kennedy Mitchum, a 22-year-old graduate of Drake University, needed a way to call non-racists “racists,” so she emailed Merriam-Webster Dictionary to tell them to change the definition of "racism" in such a way as to enable people to use the Merriam-Webster Dictionary to call non-racists “racists.”
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How could a dude from 1926 have nailed the state of 2018 American culture so accurately in just one simple quote?
An enormously informative website, The Gospel Coalition, has posted a review of the book Victory: The Triumphant Gay Revolution by Linda Hirshman, a retired feminist philosopher and law professor who exposes why the movement to normalize homosexuality has been so successful.
The reviewer David P. Murray, a professor of Old Testament and practical theology, argues that as unpleasant as the book is to read, it’s “worth using this book to conduct a post-mortem on why the church has lost so many battles in this fight.”
The author of this book is none other than the infamous Linda …