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Woke Church Woes

From start to finish, Fault Lines not only raises the alarm of a fast-approaching cultural catastrophe but makes a plea to the prodigal church to return to its biblical roots.

To a racist, everything is about race. This phrase is key to understanding what’s at the very dark heart of critical race theory. And in his powerful new book, Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe, Voddie T. Baucham, Jr. does a deep dive into this and other damning ideas competing to pull down America. Foremost among these ideas is “critical theory.” Baucham examines how it originated and gained traction overseas and was used to subjugate millions of citizens of foreign countries—and how it now is successfully being fine-tuned to target this county’s skin-color soft spot.

Although Baucham’s title contains the word “evangelicalism,” his book’s audience should not be limited to Christians. The social justice movement, along with its deplorable CRT playmate, have vice-gripped society, so the facts presented in Fault Lines cut across both the secular and the sacred. Baucham—an ordained minister and Dean of Theology at African University in Zambia where he lives with his wife and most of his nine children—sounds his wakeup call to an increasingly “woke” church, however, knowing full well that a wayward faith is leading to an unstable nation. And unless the church itself comes to its senses, the current race-crazed culture will completely tear apart our once united United States.

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