There are a lot of people pushing the church to get more involved in social justice and to use their influence to make political change. But Christians have always had an uneasy relationship with power. Is there a way that Christians can be good for the world without forcing their values on people they share power with?
There is a lot of confusion around the race problem today. And some of the most popular responses seem to lack moral clarity. What should we do with critical race theory or the outright dismissal of racial disparities today? It turns out that we aren't the first people to struggle with racial unity and reconciliation today. Could there be some ancient wisdom in the Apostle Paul's letter to the Ephesians that could provide a way forward for us today?