Latisha Waters Hearne, a doctoral candidate at Dallas Baptist University, suggests a basic definition of justice and personal application.
04/05/2021 - By Latisha Waters Hearne
Rich Mussler shares a conversation with a friend in which they discussed David’s words in Psalm 22 foretelling Jesus’ crucifixion.
03/30/2021 - By Rich Mussler
Anyra Cano describes justice as God’s shalom, wholeness, demonstrated by Jesus throughout his earthly life and ministry.
03/29/2021 - By Anyra Cano
Joshua Sharp argues doctrinal standards like the Baptist Faith and Message are insufficient for maintaining denominational unity.
03/26/2021 - By Joshua Sharp
Aaron Cobbs encourages Christians to let God fight for them as they face the challenges posed by a chaotic world.
03/24/2021 - By Aaron Cobbs
Dr. Joe Rangel contends justice is sometimes corrective action, a view shaped by a painful childhood memory at church and Micah 6:8.
03/22/2021 - By Dr. Joe Rangel
Jay Abernathy shares troubling statistics about human trafficking and practical ways he’s learned to combat it.
03/16/2021 - By Jay Abernathy
Randy Dale discusses justice from his viewpoint as an assistant district attorney and professor of criminal law.
03/15/2021 - By Randy Dale
Michael Chancellor reconnected with the plot of the gospel one night while leaving a group meeting. He found it in Mark 2:1-12.
03/10/2021 - By Michael R. Chancellor
Cynthia Aulds, director of the Coalition to Combat Human Trafficking in Texas, explains the role of justice in addressing human trafficking.
03/08/2021 - By Cynthia Aulds
In response to Vice President Harris being called “Jezebel” and a Baptist minister consigning her to hell, Mariah Humphries calls for caution.
03/01/2021 - By Mariah Humphries
Michael Mills, pastor of Agape Baptist Church in Fort Worth, shares how he is learning to engage in the work of justice.
03/01/2021 - By Michael Mills