Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement Is Hijacking the Gospel - and the Way to Stop It
In his book "Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement Is Hijacking the Gospel - and the Way to Stop It," Owen Strachan delves into the complex and controversial relationship between Christianity and the social justice movement.
Strachan asserts that the social justice movement, with its emphasis on identity politics and intersectionality, has become a Trojan horse that threatens to undermine the foundations of Christian faith. He argues that the movement's focus on social and political activism has led to a departure from the gospel's core message of salvation and redemption.
Strachan provides a detailed analysis of the ways in which the social justice movement has infiltrated churches and seminaries, leading to a distortion of Christian doctrine and a neglect of the Bible's teachings. He also highlights the dangers of the movement's emphasis on cultural Marxism and critical race theory, which he believes are fundamentally incompatible with Christian beliefs.
To counter the influence of the social justice movement, Strachan calls for a return to the fundamentals of Christianity, emphasizing the need for repentance, faith in Jesus Christ, and a commitment to biblical truth. He argues that Christians must not compromise their beliefs in order to appease the demands of the social justice movement and that they must stand firm against its attempts to redefine Christianity.
"Christianity and Wokeness" is a thought-provoking and challenging book that offers a unique perspective on the intersection of faith and culture. Strachan's incisive analysis and passionate defense of Christian orthodoxy make this book a must-read for anyone interested in the future of Christianity in a rapidly changing world.