We looked inside some of the tweets by @MatthewBArbo and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Matthew Emerson’s new book on Jesus’s descent to the dead is now available for pre-order. https://www.amazon.com/He-Descended-Dead-Evangelical-Theology/dp/0830852581/?tag=bdsmith-20 …
“..it is not the task of the church to try to develop social theories or strategies to make America work; rather the task of the church in this country is to become a polity that has the character necessary to survive as a truthful society.” -Hauerwas, Community of Character
More seriously, though, there is no shame in reserving judgment on issues when we are not informed enough to speak to them. And, when people are only seeing bad in Critical Theory, I don't believe they are really seeing it. There is much value in it, handled with discernment.
"Love is an affection of the soul, not a contract: it cannot rise from a mere agreement, nor is it so to be gained. It is spontaneous in its origin and impulse; and true love is its own satisfaction. It has its reward; but that reward is the object beloved." -Bernard of Clairvaux
The fact @CTmagazine even ran a review of this book tells u CT should just be titled "Today." The reviewer, @OklahomaBaptist's @MatthewBArbo, ought to be ashamed to suggest Christians should actually read it. This is why churches are increasingly empty. https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2019/june-web-only/beating-guns-shane-claiborne-michael-martin.html …
area man claims churches emptying because Christians encourage book reading
How Not to Fix Abuse: (1) Ignore/deny plight of victims as long as possible; then, (2) Wage marginalizing/distracting culture war; (3) Wring hands about minor challenges of meaningful reforms; (4) Embrace internal investigations unsuited for damning evidence; (5) Run out the ⏰.