Biblical Justice has four key components. It is truthful, impartial, proportional, and direct. So what does it mean for justice to be “truthful?”
There seem to be a lot of assertions being made regarding systematic oppression toward African Americans. Is there any validity to these assertions? If so, where is race-based, systematic oppression most prevalent in our nation?
What is true discipleship? I recognize that we are not merely called to make converts, but disciples. However, the Great Commission, which clearly calls us to make disciples, seems to focus exclusively evangelism. So what does it mean to actually make disciples?
I’ve heard some theologians speak of the “two wills” of God. Is this a biblical concept? If so, how can I best understand the two wills of God, especially in relation to my prayer life?
How do we resolve the tension that seems to exists between God’s sovereign election and a parent’s duty to train up their child in the way they should go? Is a child’s salvation the product of godly parenting? If not, does our parenting actually matter?
Why is confrontation necessary, and how can Christians do it in a biblical way?