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Christianity, Marxism, and Social Justice

Christianity, Marxism, and Social Justice

Join Antipas Harris for a live conversation about faith, Marxism, and Black Lives Matter.   Update: Follow the link below for watch the dialogue.   I would like to invite you to join me TONIGHT for an intellectually and spiritually invigorating Live Streaming conversation with highly acclaimed sociologist and practical theologian Bryan Froehle, Ph.D. In light of […]

The lasting justice of changed minds and hearts

The lasting justice of changed minds and hearts

A Statement about Baltimore from The Reconciled Church Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop T.D. Jakes, James Robison From the April 27, 2015 Press Release. On the eve of the second national meeting of The Reconciled Church (TRC) – a historic multi-racial, multi-denominational and apolitical gathering of church leaders in Orlando, a growing response to Ferguson, Staten […]

N. T. Wright: Evil and the Justice of God

N. T. Wright: Evil and the Justice of God

N. T. Wright, Evil and the Justice of God (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2006), 176 pages, ISBN 9780830833986. Though he admits he is not an expert on evil (17), N. T. Wright writes Evil and the Justice of God in light of a new concentration on evil in postmodern Western society. His work is particularly […]

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