Rehashing Hash Tags, Part 3: Contemporary Expressions of Socialism in Social Justice

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third of a three-part series (click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2). In Part 3, Dr. Brooks shows the connection of socialist and postmodern sources and the social justice movement. He examines one of the most popular textbooks used in...

Rehashing Hash Tags, PART 2: The Catholic Response to the Rise of Socialism

EDITOR'S NOTE: In the second of this three-part series, Dr. Brooks examines Catholic and Protestant responses to the social justice movement, particularly in the last century. Both Catholic and Protestant responses are examined in the background of the rising tide of...

Rehashing Hash Tags: An Evangelical Approach to Social Justice – PART 1

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of three parts of a paper presented by Dr. Page Brooks at the 2018 Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, Denver, CO. In Part 1 of this essay, Dr. Brooks examines the background of the term “social justice.” He draws from the...

The Death Penalty is Inconsistent with Evangelical Christianity – PART 2

EDITOR'S NOTE: In the first part of Dr. Brown’s article, he argued that the U.S. death penalty system, as it is currently, does not fulfill its intended purpose. On the contrary, there actually might be factors present that work against its original intentions. In the...

The Death Penalty is Inconsistent with Evangelical Christianity – PART 1

EDITOR'S NOTE: The death penalty, in some form, has been around for centuries in Western society. Even as methods and numbers have changed recently, the death penalty is a fixture in the American penal system. It is also a controversial topic among Christians who will...

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