Who’s to Blame for the Riots?

It is because our God is faithful that we fully trust Him. He is faithful to His nature, faithful to His word, faithful to His promise, and never varies. In that faithfulness we have found our rest and our security. Now obviously, it comes to me today to speak to all of you who are listening with a view toward the current issues that all of us are very much aware of. And so I mentioned earlier in the week that I would like to pose the question this morning, and the question is, “Who’s to blame for the riots?” That’s the question, and to answer that from the Scripture, from the Word of God.

John MacArthur, Who’s to Blame for the Riots?

Over at the Cripplegate, Kevin Huang writes..

“In conversations about race, too often we treat disagreement as evil, and we attribute the worst motives to those who disagree with us on complex issues. This is the way the world responds to disagreement, but Christians should be different.”

Read the rest of the article, click below…

A Compassionate, Counter-Cultural, Christian Response

Coleman Hughes from the City Journal gives an assessment of current issues, with some very helpful statistics and facts you will not find on CNN.

Stories and Data, Reflections on race, riots, and police

If you are a Christian, can we echo the words of the apostle Paul in Romans 1:16…

For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.

…and that’s a beautiful thing!

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