How Should Christians Think About Critical Theory? What is it? Why does it matter? How is it affecting us?

In this Interview with Neil Shenvi and Pat Sawyer, Jonathan Morrow helps us understand what critical theory is, why it is not biblical, and how critical theory and the secular social justice movement are influencing the church, culture, and the next generation.

Contemporary critical theory’s ideas about race, class, gender, identity, and justice have dramatically shaped how people think, act, and view one another—in Christian and secular spheres alike.

In Critical Dilemma, authors Neil Shenvi and Pat Sawyer illuminate the origins and influences of contemporary critical theory, considering it in the light of clear reason and biblical orthodoxy. While acknowledging that it can provide some legitimate insights regarding race, class, and gender, Critical Dilemma exposes the false assumptions at the heart of critical theory, arguing that it poses a serious threat to both the church and society at large.

Drawing on exhaustive research and careful analysis, Shenvi and Sawyer condemn racism, urge Christians to seek biblical justice, and offer a path forward for racial healing and unity while also opposing critical theory’s manifold errors.

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