Tag: Owen Strachan

Owen Strachan

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  • Christianity And Wokeness

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    In a world that is woke, how many Christians are actually awake? This short, theologically sound primer is a resource for pastors, ministry leaders, community leaders, and other thinking Christians that explains carefully and clearly what Critical Race Theory and wokeness truly are, what the Bible teaches about race and ethnicity, why wokeness is distinct from Christianity and should be rejected, and how the church can work for unity based in the gospel of grace.

    Owen Strachan is a respected Reformed theologian and thought leader who can help Christians:

    *Better understand Critical Race Theory, something very few do;
    *Understand the high stakes–for the church and society at large–of wokeness as a movement;
    *Think through America’s complex past with nuance and sensitivity;
    *Study how God has made humanity one through the imago Dei;
    *Grasp the beauty of the biblical doctrine of ethnicity and race; and
    *Be ready to work for unity in perilous times

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  • Reenchanting Humanity : A Theology Of Mankind

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    The human race desperately needs to see humanity afresh. We have lost sight of the fact that God made mankind and gave them infinite dignity and worth. In this rigorously biblical and theological study of theocentric anthopology Owen Strachan engages with the major questions of the age, on themes like transgenderism, homosexuality and technology. What does it mean be have been made in the image of God, and to be a covenant people, a blood-bought church of sinners who personally testify to the grace of God that has renewed and reenchanted them?

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  • Jonathan Edwards On Heaven And Hell

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    The question of the afterlife is, for many today, one of preference. Christians trained to evangelize unsaved people with the query, If you were to die today, do you know where you would go – heaven or hell? have grown befuddled when met with the response, I don’t believe in heaven or hell. Something in our culture has changed. The ground has shifted beneath our feet. We did not feel it. But change has come, just the same. We must reacquaint modern Christians with the eschatologically driven preaching and teaching of Edwards. This word eschatological may trip some readers up at first encounter, but it refers simply to last things, things of eternity and ultimate significance. We exhume Edwards scripturally fired material on the reality of the afterlife, the terror of hell, the glories of heaven, and the shape life must take in light of these realities. If we accept the Word as our authority, and if we will allow Edwards to serve as our faithful and imaginative guide, we will find that God is alive. He is Lord of heaven and earth, the sovereign ruler of all Creation. He is not small. He can be found. He is not silent on the afterlife, and His testimony calls for our attention, our concern, and our whole-hearted worship and trust. Easily accessible and readable, you do not need to be a scholar to enjoy these insights about Jonathan Edwards and his writings.

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