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Gender Homosexuality Intersectionality Politics SBC Author

Bostock Is as Bad as You Think (Andrew T. Walker)

In this article, Andrew T. Walker argues, “Democrats, with the wind at their backs, have little desire to defend religious freedom and are advancing a take-no-prisoners approach in their culture war victory.”

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Abortion SBC Author

Abortion and Single-Issue Voting: A Reply to Phil Vischer and Skye Jethani (Andrew T. Walker)

In this article, Andrew T. Walker asks, “Is our vote contributing to a systemic injustice by further entrenching its worldview? Are we empowering mechanisms that will dilute abortion’s grip on American politics or promote it? And let us be very, very clear: Despite the Republican Party in no way being equivalent to ‘God’s party,’ the difference between the two parties’ attitudes toward life could not be any starker.”

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Methodology SBC Author

A Christian (and Baptist) Approach to the Social Order with Andrew T. Walker

Andrew T. Walker joins us for a conversation about our current societal moment and the social order.

 

– How should Christians understand the public square?

– What can believers expect from our public institutions?

– How can Christians best bring healthy change to the societal arena?

 

We get to all this and more in Ep. 5 of The CR:V Podcast!

 

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Critical Race Theory Critical Theory History Intersectionality Racism SBC Author

“July 4th and the Consistency of the Declaration’s Ideals” (Andrew T. Walker)

In this article, Andrew T. Walker argues, “While we work to undo the generational impact of racism, we must apply those ideals to all citizens today, particularly to the unborn, where, just this past week, the Supreme Court worked contrary to the Declaration’s ideals by once again entrenching abortion in American law.”