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How is Biblical Justice Direct?

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Scripture: Deuteronomy 19:15-21Exodus 23:1-3
Topics: Culture & Politics, Justice, Doctrine of the Law,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Biblical Justice has four key components. It is truthful, impartial, proportional, and direct. So what does it mean for justice to be “direct?”

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What Does Justice Look Like For George Floyd?

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Scripture: Deuteronomy 19:15-21Exodus 23:1-3
Topics: Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of the Law,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

According to Scripture, what does justice look like for George Floyd? Was Derek Chauvin justly charged? In this video, Pastor Joel addresses these questions and more.

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Critical Race Theory & The Death of George Floyd

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Scripture: Deuteronomy 19:15-21Exodus 23:1-3Leviticus 19:15
Topics: Church Unity, Polemics, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

In this episode, Pastor Joel shifts gears from the crisis of COVID-19, to a new crisis: The Death of George Floyd and the protests/riots. This specific episode provides a concise and clear explanation of Critical Race Theory/Intersectionality, and how these worldly philosophies are radically shaping the current events in our nation. More episodes on this to follow…

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How Should Christians Think Through the #BlackLivesMatter Movement?

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Scripture: Exodus 23:1-3Leviticus 19:15
Topics: Church Unity, Polemics, Church Unity, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Culture & Politics, Guilt & Shame, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice, Sanctity of Life, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of Man,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Is there a difference between the “sentiment” of Black Lives Matter and the official “movement” of Black Lives Matter? Can Christians support this movement? If not, can Christians support the sentiment without supporting the movement?