Christian Culpability in the Recent Riots

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Editors Note: Jeremy Sanders rejoins us to explain why Christians are partially to blame for the recent riots and the acceptance of social justice.

The Pastor of my church recently started a series exploring various Psalms, starting with Psalm 1. Some of the points he discussed are extremely applicable to the issues facing our country today. Given recent experiences I have had, as well as observing various “Christian” responses to the culture, it made me realize just how applicable Psalm 1 is to today’s issues.

Psalm 1 also demonstrates that while the blame for the recent riots rests on the rioters, as well as a government that is failing to preserve the peace, there are others who must also share responsibility. Christians, the family, the church all share culpability for our current issues.  If Christians had stayed strong, clung to God’s Word, and trained their kids to follow righteousness, we…

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