The Gospel Coalition carries my column today on “Militant for Justice, not for ‘Culture War'”:
The problem of the “culture war” is dividing evangelicals, especially in the rising generation, into two camps. This conflict is going to determine the future direction of evangelical political engagement. My problem is that I’m on both sides…
The one thing these camps agree on is that we have to make a stark choice. We can fight for justice in politics, or we can build civic solidarity with our unbelieving neighbors. We can’t do both.
Not me. I say we can have our cake and eat it, too!
I offer three practical steps toward fighting for justice without falling afoul of the culture war. Let me know what you think in the comments!