social justice

Fault Lines by Voddie Baucham (book review)

Author's note (02 August 2021): I have become aware of Joel McDurmon's credible accusations of misquotation and plagiarism in Fault Lines. My own independent investigation into the misquotation issue confirms Baucham's misquotation of CRT scholar Richard Delgado on...

Book Review — The Liturgy of Politics by Kaitlyn Schiess

Think for a moment upon the things that have influenced your politics and the things that influence your politics in your daily and weekly routine. You read The New York Times every morning over breakfast and shriek with joy at the latest column from Maureen Dowd....

Book Review — God Made Me AND You by Shai Linne

God Made Me AND You begins with school children teasing each other about their ethnic differences. Their teacher steps in and shares that God's wonderful plan is for our differences to reflect the amazing diversity of God's creation and the bring all nations to...
Christian Ethics by Wayne Grudem — Book Review

Christian Ethics by Wayne Grudem — Book Review

Trigger warning! Not only did Crossway provide me with free digital copies of this book in exchange for an honest review, but it also has Wayne Grudem's name on it. That's right — from the guy who is infamously labeled as the greatest academic advocate of the...