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“My passion to speak to issues through a proper biblical worldview originated with the desire to write theologically about matters impacting the church. A blog is simply a tool, yet the message is for the glory of God.” — Darrell

Equity or Equality?

  If a king judges the poor with truth, his throne will be established forever. — Proverbs 29:14 The Old Testament provides an excellent, though rather disturbing, example of the distinction between equity and equality.  It is found in 1 Kings 3:16-28, which records...

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EP # 112 | Has God Really Said?

The topic of 'women preachers' and 'women pastors' has been hotly debated for decades within the evangelical church. Categories such as "complementarian" and "egalitarian" have been created to describe the two primary camps that seem increasingly divided over this...

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EP # 111 | Activist Theology

The #LeaveLOUD movement is urging black evangelical Christians to exit white evangelical spaces, primarily on the basis that white evangelical Christians don't recognize or celebrate black evangelical Christians for who they are. But is such a movement biblical? On...

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EP # 109 | Theory vs. Theology

The evangelical church is at a crossroads. It’s not the first time. Worldly philosophies, such as Critical Race Theory and the ‘social gospel’ are distracting the church from its fundamental mission: proclaiming the evangel—the good news—of salvation in Jesus Christ...

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EP # 108 | Critical Race Theory

Critical Race Theory, or CRT for short, is, for many professing evangelicals today, a philosophy that is steeped in confusion and ambiguity. That is by design. In this expanded episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell Harrison and Virgil “Omaha” Walker spend more...

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