Benjamin L. Corey

If one takes a public stand against, say, most any sin you can think of, one is considered “courageous” and a “defender of the faith.” Folks will quickly applaud you and tell you how much they admire you for “taking a stand” on biblical truth. Except if you quote Matt. 5:44 and invite people to apply it in any sort of meaningful, literal way. The moment one begins to talk about loving your enemies they all of a sudden become “liberals,” “extremists,” or are accused of completely taking an otherwise straight forward passage “out of context.

“If one takes a public stand against, say, most any sin you can think of, one is considered “courageous” and a “defender of the faith.” … Read More

Justice is only achieved in beautiful fullness when the oppressed has been elevated back to their rightful place, and when those who were guilty of the oppressing have experienced repentance, healing, and restoration as well.–justice is only achieved in beautiful fullness when the oppressed has been elevated back to their rightful place, and when those who were guilty of the oppressing have experienced repentance, healing, and restoration as well.

“Justice is only achieved in beautiful fullness when the oppressed has been elevated back to their rightful place, and when those who were guilty of … Read More