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Pyromaniacs: On “Racism” and the TMS Required Reading List

Pyromaniacs: On “Racism” and the TMS Required Reading List

Phil Johnson weighs in on the recent charges that Masters Seminary is systemically racist. He concludes, I think John MacArthur is exactly right: evangelicals who think of themselves as “gospel-centered” need to get back to the actual gospel and stop these incessant attempts to blend gospel truth with whatever happens to be popular in secular… Continue Reading

What’s wrong with the recent evangelical “social justice” movements?

What’s wrong with the recent evangelical “social justice” movements?

The term “social justice” has become quite a buzz word in evangelical circles in recent years. Social matters like immigration, racial reconciliation, and sexuality are taking center stage in conferences and online discussions, with loud voices expressing strong options. Other voices are beginning to object to the direction of such discussions, expressing concerns over the… Continue Reading

The Common Problem with White Supremacy and Multiculturalism

The Common Problem with White Supremacy and Multiculturalism

White supremacy is horrendous. It is contrary to biblical Christianity both by reason of creation and by reason of redemption. All people, regardless of birthplace, ancestry, genetics, or skin color are created in God’s image, and therefore all people are of equal value in God’s sight. All people have been equally affected by sin and… Continue Reading

What does race have to do with worship?

What does race have to do with worship?

A few weeks ago I wrote about common straw man arguments that make their way into most debates about worship and music, and I cautioned against using them. As David rightly pointed out last week, worship wars will always be with us and are often necessary, so it is ever the more important that we not… Continue Reading