Category Archives: Cultural Issues

How John’s Vision informs Race Relations

Our heavenly Father gave the Apostle John a vision of heaven as a mult-ethnic gathering–people from everywhere, before the Father and before the Lamb. “After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could … Continue reading

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Pentecost Sunday and Race Relations

As our nation reels and reflects on racial issues in light of Mr. George Floyd’s death, I believe Pentecost Sunday–the Sunday 50 days after Easter when Christians celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1ff)–proves quite instructive: 1. On … Continue reading

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Covenant Theology and the Separation of Families at the Border

Our country has been divided over the issue of separating families at the border. Families are not to be separated. We only have to be separated from our families for a long period of time to know the adverse impact. … Continue reading

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The Church and Politics

I am writing as a concerned citizen of two kingdoms–the kingdom of man and the kingdom of God. As a citizen of the kingdom of man, I have a responsibility to submit to the government, “For their is no authority … Continue reading

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