Kieryn and Hännah are joined by Christopher Stroop and Emily Maust Wood to discuss the newly released Statement on Social Justice (cosigned and written by the likes of John MacArthur, James White, and Voddie Baucham.
What does this statement mean, when translated from evangelical-ese? Why is this important? How does a Christian concerned with social justice respond?
Okay all, let's talk about this real quick and it's implications for the so-called #SocialJusticeStatement .
Let's start by noting that the name "Stan Hannon" is a misspelling.
— 🏳️🌈Nate *I Have the Receipts* Sparks🏳️🌈 (@NateSparks130) September 6, 2018
Stan Hannon is pastor of FBC, Bellevue, FL. I preached for him a few years ago and talked to him this morning. Great, great guy. Stan was born in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and served in the military there for years. Moved to the USA in the 1980s. Meet my African American friend 🙂 pic.twitter.com/jhZzPAdLp5
— Justin Peters (@JustinPetersMin) September 5, 2018
So I'm gonna review Mary Pride's "The Child Abuse Industry." I just got my MHS in Child Protection and, y'all, this book is a mess. It is full of misinformation about child advocacy & protection. And it reflects what a lot of homeschoolers believe (see HSLDA). #ChristianAltFacts pic.twitter.com/rk6EsW1rf1
— R.L. Stollar (@RLStollar) June 5, 2018
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