Tag Archives: Word and Deed

What We Owe Presbyterians (or, Presbyterian Justice)

Tim Keller’s new book, Generous Justice, has him giving answers to reporters’ and bloggers’ questions about his argument and reasons for writing. One of those interviews came out recently at Christianity Today, under the title, “What We Owe the Poor.” Part of his strategy, as he explains, is to move people who are not convinced… Read More→

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Lillback on Machen on Beck

(Or, why isn’t Christianity and Liberalism outselling Sacred Fire at Amazon?) PCA pastor, Peter Lillback, invoked J. Gresham Machen the other night on the Glenn Beck show to clear up the host’s confusion about social justice and the churches. Beck, of course, thinks “social justice” is code for liberalism, big government, and Obamanian tyranny. But… Read More→

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