Baucham connects Marxism and Marxist Critical Theory to the issues surrounding discussions and actions related to the CSJ Movement. As such, the CSJ Movement, while seeking to address injustice, finds itself linked to ungodly standards and philosophies.
This is the first of two essays discussing Critical Race Theory. This article discusses Delgado and Stefancic’s discussion on “nationalism,” followed by a brief discussion of “white privilege.”
Social justice confuses different conceptions of justice and merit, and chases after an undeserved and jealous-based equality that never leads to equality, but only tyranny.
Social justice is a teaching born in the Enlightenment, steming from Hume, Bentham, Smith, Kant, and Rousseau. Francois-Noel Babeuf, is a lesser known, but no less important, name in this history as well.
Throughout the history of the Christian church, Christianity has always stood over against all forms of statism.
Reformed Millenials are vulnerable to social justice. Social justice has become so widely accepted in mainstream Reformed circles it might be considered their sixth point of Calvinism.