“Jesus didn’t call His followers to let the government take care of everybody. He called us to take care of others, and churches, individuals, families, and businesses do need to step up their game. But the second half of James’ statement is what the proponents of “woke” Jesus forget: we’re supposed to live our lives in a way that makes us noticeably different from the world. And that includes working on ridding our lives of sin, not wallowing in it.”
(Chris Queen – PJ Media) One of the things that bugs me the most as a Christian is when people try to politicize Jesus. Sure, there are certain ways in which Christianity and politics can intertwine, and I truly believe that my Christian faith informs my political beliefs. But when people try to overlay Jesus onto a political agenda — or vice versa — there’s a problem.
The thing is, we see it on both sides of the political aisle. Let’s face it, during the 2016 election cycle, there was a weird fusion of Jesus and Trumpism that was awfully difficult for a lot of us Christians to square.
What exactly is social justice Christianity?
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