Category Archives: Social Justice

What is Social Justice?

I set out to do an experiment through 2018 that involves posted a scripture verse about social justice through my twitter feed each and every day. So far it has gone pretty well. I have only repeated four different verses, … Continue reading

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Soap Box

WARNING: I am going to get on my soapbox. I am frustrated. The good news is this will probably be a short post. I have found myself in a couple of situations lately, fighting for affordable housing, low income housing, … Continue reading

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Top Social Justice Issues

At the beginning of a new year here are a few of what I think are the top social justice issues we face. They are in no particular order. Human Trafficking Here is a link to the United States Department … Continue reading

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Grievous Sin

How would you define sodomy? I bet your definition is drastically different from God’s. Without a doubt the Old Testament city of Sodom was immoral and deserving of her judgment sent by God.[1] Genesis records, “Then the Lord said, ‘The … Continue reading

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Social Gospel vs. Personal Conversion

Why don’t more evangelical churches in the United States talk about social justice? The answer goes back to the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century America. As the United States entered the industrial revolution, and … Continue reading

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A Complex Puzzle

I have been a local church pastor for 23 years. During that time I have only pastored two churches; one small, and one medium size. I have friends who pastor mega churches. Personally, I have come to love small church … Continue reading

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Social Justice

“Justice will only exist where those not affected by injustice are filled with the same amount of indignation as those offended.” (Plato, c.427 – 347 BC) One of the things people have said to me since I started writing about … Continue reading

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