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Jesus Was NOT a Social Justice Warrior

Published on February 5, 2017 By sirrahc

“Jesus is the most famous Social Justice Warrior of all time.”  — misguided gamer on Tumblr I thought that title might get your attention. I also wouldn’t be surprised if some of you are already formulating your objections. I mean, isn’t it obvious that Jesus was a SJW, given all his attention to and instructions […]

7 Sine Qua Nons of Classic Christianity

Published on February 28, 2016 By sirrahc

I am really behind in my podcast listening. I just can’t keep up. In fact, I am more than a year behind on my Stand to Reason podcasts by Greg Koukl. Up until mid-2015, Koukl did a weekly 3-hour show, and I can typically only get in two hours on the weekend. So, I’m constantly […]

What Would Jesus Cut (from the Budget)?

Published on February 27, 2011 By sirrahc

A day or two ago, a more liberally-minded friend sent me a message on Facebook. He pointed me to an article on HuffPo, which asked the question (prompted by liberal theologian / “social justice” activist Jim Wallis), “What Would Jesus Cut?” Of course, it refers to the federal budget and is a challenge to let […]

Was Jesus a Sword Toting Conspiracy Theorist?

Published on May 12, 2010 By sirrahc

As a follow-up of sorts to my last post, I have a guest post from my friend, Jamie Davis, of “Durable Faith” blog. ======= Was Jesus a Sword Toting Conspiracy Theorist? Jesus was actually pretty clear on self-defense, telling his disciples: “If you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one…” Many Christians […]

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