“Stop Being Shocked” is a must-read article by Bari Weiss, recently published at Tablet. Weiss is a former opinion editor and writer at the New
Bob Osburn of The Wilberforce Academy recently published a review of my new book Why Social Justice is Not Biblical Justice on his blog. Bob
I’m grateful to Tim Challies for taking time to review Why Social Justice is Not Biblical Justice. Tim is a popular evangelical writer, blogger and
Scott, I (Dennae) write this final installment, alone. I affirm everything Andrew and I have written together up to this point, but now I want
Final post from Scott Allen Dear Andrew and Dennae, I’m impressed by the time and care you’ve put into your responses, and am sincerely grateful
Response 2 Dear Scott, We remain encouraged that you have initiated a dialogue with us as fellow Christians even in the midst of significant tension.
Post 2 Dear Andrew and Dennae, Thank you for the thoughtful response. I enjoyed reading it and getting a better sense of your heart. You
Response 1 from Andrew Stravitz and Dennae Pierre Dear Scott, We appreciate the invitation, thank you for extending it. While there is much required of
In June I published an article titled Race in America: Two Opposing Narratives. One narrative (the seemingly dominant one) emphasizes systemic injustice and institutional racism.
In my new book Why Social Justice Is Not Biblical Justice: An Urgent Appeal to Fellow Christians in a Time of Social Crisis I explore
Is this justice? Conformity to God’s moral standard as revealed in the Ten Commandments and the Royal Law: “love your neighbor as yourself.” Justice involves
About two weeks ago, Tim Keller published an article titled A Biblical Critique of Secular Justice and Critical Theory in a series he is writing