Instead, we need to exercise our moral imaginations.
— Remember when “WWJD?” was a thing? What would Jesus do? Remember that? It was supposed to be a reminder to people (evangelicals mostly) to stop and ask themselves how Jesus might respond to any given situation, and then act accordingly. Oh, come on. You remember, right? The bracelets, the t-shirts, the dog tags, the…
What else is a good Christian to do?
The inescapable irony in Christians’ dismissal of tending to the needs of people in the margins is that Jesus reserved his ire for precisely those who fail to care about social justice.
Bruce Pagano is a devout Christian with strong principles. He respects those of his faith with whom he may disagree. He has a tough time, however, with those who deal in complete falsehoods. That is what he sees in today’s current discourse. He tells us why.
Kenny Vaughan examines the process of arguments and how his principles guide him through.