After President Trump’s State of the Union address, an address that was resoundingly pro-life and anti-socialist, it seems relevant to answer a common question in evangelical circles, "Should evangelical Christians apologize for Donald Trump?," or better, “Were Evangelicals who voted for Trump morally justified in doing so?” The answer to the question is not obvious, … Continue reading Should Evangelicals Apologize for Trump?
Christianity in the West is becoming Marxist. That is at least my claim. Of course, "Marxism" carries many connotations, far too many to reflect upon here. But images ranging from Pol Pot's Killing Fields, to Parisian intellectuals sipping sherry along the Champs-Elysees, can quickly come to mind. Either way, there are examples of Marxist thinking or … Continue reading Christian Marxism Will Not Solve Our Social Justice Woes
This is a longer lecture on Social Justice and the Church, given at Living Truth Christian Fellowship in Corona. In this lecture I try and hone in on some likely philosophical and metaphysical assumptions of contemporary Social Justice movements in order to help discern secular forms of Social Justice from more biblical forms of Justice. … Continue reading Social Justice and The Church – Part II
As tragic as it is, it doesn't strike me as odd that roughly two generations after the "Sexual Revolution" our nation now faces the devastating aftermath of such a revolution; an aftermath most poignantly revealed in justice movements like "#MeToo." Story after story of sexual abuse, harassment, and rape from every domain of American society … Continue reading Getting Sex Wrong: #MeToo, the Sexual Revolution, and Herbert Marcuse
This is roughly an hour long presentation on Social Justice and the Church I gave at Calvary Chapel, Downey on September 22nd, 2018. In this talk I cover issues of morality, metaphysics, Marxism, and whether or not Justice without appeal to God, or the Scriptures, can be true Justice.