I ponder the characteristic of justice a lot.
I continually ask: What is just, right, fair and equitable in the eyes of Christ?
It’s a potent question, at least for me.
Recently, my thoughts have landed on something I think is important to consider in regards to authentic justice in our world today. Continue reading
Today marks a day of remembrance for a man who pioneered one of the greatest developments in modern American history – the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s. Or, better articulated, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., helped open the doors of dignity and respect for our African-American brothers and sisters. For he knew, was correctly convinced, that these honors were due to all humanity created in the image of God.
And as I was pondering this morning who this man actually was and what he actually did, I realize that he embodied the Jesus of Scripture in a unique way, in a way that gets easily overlooked in our western evangelical context.
How so? Continue reading