We need to read the Old Testament as Christian scripture if we hope to hear prophetic voices examining our churches for corruption to which we may be blind.
Only the gospel of Jesus Christ crucified, buried and resurrected meets every demand of justice.
We cannot hope to “do justice” as the Bible commands without understanding the various aspects of justice.
Any biblical notion of justice must include more than a sword. It must also include rewards for the righteous and restoration for the victim. Justice makes whole.
Biblical justice is an essential way of understanding what God is like, how He acts in the world, and what He expects of His people.
The inspiration, inerrancy, authority, and sufficiency of the Bible requires that our definitions, understandings, practices and pursuits of justice be framed and filled by the Bible.
America is home to two expressions of Christianity: Black and White. What will it take to live in a deeper, richer, affirming, understanding unity than the two churches have known to date?
In a poor inner-city community, the greatest asset or currency is hope. Our experience with a job fair ministry provided a lot of hope.
I’m prayerful that this New Year’s Day somewhere in the diaspora there’s an enterprising, focused, and hopeful person doing something that will one day mark another advance in the long sojourn of people of color.
Announcing a New Church Plant in Los Angeles
A review of John Onwuchekwa’s new book