On this episode of the new CR:V Podcast apologist Neil Shenvi sits down with Jeff Wright to talk about Critical Theory’s impact on the world, Christianity, the Southern Baptist Convention, and the local church. Neil offers analysis of the origins and ideology of Critical Theory (and it’s derivative, Critical Race Theory) as well as theContinue reading “Critical Theory, The SBC, and The Local Church with Neil Shenvi”
It seems that we could generate much more light, instead of mere heat, if we would take the time to define the terms of our controversies. In the past few years, a social media divide has emerged among Christians who argue, on the one hand, that we must address racism by preaching the gospel, andContinue reading “Is Preaching the Gospel Sufficient to Combat Racism?”
On this maiden voyage of the new CR:V Podcast site founder Chris Bolt sets down with Jeff Wright to talk about the doctrinal state of the Southern Baptist Convention, whether or not she needs another Conservative Resurgence, and what this new podcast is all about, anyway. Find it on Apple Podcasts or by clicking here.
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.”
In this interview, Wil and Meeke Addison discuss Cultural Marxism and its birth in America before speaking with Pastor Stephen Feinstein about a new resolution on Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality.
In this post, non-SBC author Hohn Cho writes, “it is at best disconcerting when certain people point their fingers at me, and others like me, and claim that we owe them something, when to the best of my knowledge and recollection, I owe nothing to these folks. In many cases, I’ve never even met themContinue reading ““Owing Nothing to Anyone” (Hohn Cho)”
In this post, Brad Green writes, “Current revolutionary activity is a manifestation of a kind of religious faith, even if this faith is—on Christian terms—ultimately a form of unbelief.“
In this article, Neil Shenvi takes up the question, “what is ‘systemic racism’?”
In this interview, Wil and Meeke Addison speak with Pastor Stephen Feinstein about Intersectionality and Critical Race Theory being adopted by the Church.
In his 2006 article, “After Patriarchy, What? Why Egalitarians are Winning the Gender Debate” (Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, vol. 49, no. 3, September 2006, pp. 569–76), Russell D. Moore describes how, “Egalitarians are winning the evangelical gender debate, not because their arguments are stronger, but because, in some sense, we are all egalitariansContinue reading “Women Preachers in the Southern Baptist Convention: But Wait, There’s Moore (Part 2)”