Category Archive: Church and Culture

Southern Baptists, Sexual Abuse, and Partnership
Posted May 25th, 2022 by Mike Hubbard

I have spent my whole life in the faith tribe called Southern Baptists.  Like any large network of churches, there are some really positive aspects and outcomes found in Gospel partnership.  I have mentioned before that our participation in the Gospel and giving through the mechanism called the Cooperative Program  (CP) results in our being […]

Trick or Treat? A dramatic reading
Posted October 31st, 2021 by Mike Hubbard

Saw this today in a Twitter feed and wanted to share it on All Hallows Eve (AKA Reformation Day).  Enjoy this dramatic reading and share it with your kids before they head out tonight. “The Triumph is not with the forces of night, it dawned with the One who said, ‘I Am the Light.”

Tim Keller Article on Biblical Justice and Other Theories
Posted July 4th, 2021 by Mike Hubbard

Micah 6:8 informs that the Lord requires His people to “Do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God.”  In the sermon today we are looking at the idea of justice as Biblical command that shapes the identity of God’s people.  There is a lot of talk about justice in our world today, and […]

Thinking about Justice this Martin Luther King Holiday
Posted January 18th, 2021 by Mike Hubbard

Happy Martin Luther King Day.  As you are enjoying the day, let me encourage you to think about the issue of Biblical justice.  Throwing a few things out for your consideration. This article by Tim Keller is from his book Generous Justice and looks at the question, “what is Biblical justice?”  I referenced a quote […]