The Confession equips Reformed missiologists with a timeless biblical position on the relationship between church and state.
The only way for true freedom and equity to take place is in a righteous society, a society in which the gospel is preached and Christianity is supreme.
Because evangelical social liberals are inattentive to important distinctions within the notion of justice, many of their appeals to biblical uses of “justice” are compromised.
Should Christians support reparations for American slavery? Some evangelicals believe so. Some have even attempted to make a biblical argument for reparations.
To be human is to be a responsible agent, accountable before the face of God. Paganism and secularism alike seek to deny that responsibility — either by denying God or by denying culpability.
Orthodoxy gave way to “tolerance” as the goal of the church. Liberal factions grew until in the 1920’s they gained control of the major Protestant denominations.