Welcoming Justice

by Charles Marsh and John M. Perkins     |     Book Summary


Author: Charles Marsh and John M. Perkins
Publisher: IVP books
Date: 2018
Pages: 144

Book Summary of Welcoming Justice by Charles Marsh and John M. Perkins


Many people think the Civil Rights Movement ended racism in America and in the church. However, there certainly is a need for a new generation of Christians who fight for justice and racial reconciliation in America.

Secular institutions and the government offer help, but pursuing justice and reconciliation in society is ultimately the work of God in and through the church. We are a beloved community seeking to build and expand that beloved community.

This calls for an emphasis on being countercultural, emphasizing true conversion rather than religiosity, and joining the next great awakening as God rebuilds and brings forth His movement in the 21st century.

As the church does this work, we need to rely on God’s strength. We must carry God’s message forward because this is God’s movement. It is time for the next generation to rise up and continue the work that was started during the Civil Rights Movement.





Welcoming Justice

by Charles Marsh and John M. Perkins

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AuthorCharles Marsh and John M. Perkins
PublisherIVP books
Date2018
Pages144


Overview:

Many people think the Civil Rights Movement ended racism in America and in the church. However, there certainly is a need for a new generation of Christians who fight for justice and racial reconciliation in America.

Secular institutions and the government offer help, but pursuing justice and reconciliation in society is ultimately the work of God in and through the church. We are a beloved community seeking to build and expand that beloved community.

This calls for an emphasis on being countercultural, emphasizing true conversion rather than religiosity, and joining the next great awakening as God rebuilds and brings forth His movement in the 21st century.

As the church does this work, we need to rely on God’s strength. We must carry God’s message forward because this is God’s movement. It is time for the next generation to rise up and continue the work that was started during the Civil Rights Movement.