Our regular readers may recall a post back in September concerning The Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel, as a well as a follow-up post entitled Explanation of the Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel, in which I gathered together in one place a series of articles written in defense of the statement and found at the Reformation 21 blog. Today I would call your attention to an interesting talk by Voddie Baucham that seeks to explain what the term Social Justice really means in contemporary secular culture. The video is provided below, and I highly recommend watching it in its entirety. As always, we welcome your input at the blog.
Published by Keith Throop
I am currently serving as the primary teaching elder of Immanuel Baptist Church in Bloomington, Illinois, where I have been since 1993. My fellow-elders are George Drye, Brent Flint, and Ben Murphy, each of whom also resides in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. Together, by the grace of God, we make up one pretty good pastor! I received my B.A. in Biblical Studies from Columbia Bible College (now Columbia International University) in Columbia, South Carolina. And I received my M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. And, by the way, my last name has a silent 'h' and is pronounced 'troop.' View all posts by Keith Throop
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