Thinking, Speaking and Acting in Light of Eternity – Part 2

Thinking, Speaking and Acting in Light of Eternity – Part 2

This is the second post in a two-part blog that responds to a student’s comments about Fees Must Fall protests on university campuses.

In the first post, I discussed the need for humility when we engage with contentious topics (or anything in life for that matter).  We looked at what a biblical response would be and considered the fact that, on the last day, we as individuals (not groups or movements) will stand before God and have to give an account for our actions. Now I …

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Thinking, Speaking and Acting in Light of Eternity – Part 1

Thinking, Speaking and Acting in Light of Eternity – Part 1

In response to recent upheavals on university campuses around the country, the Common Good Foundation interviewed a diverse group of students to better understand their varied perspectives, beliefs and feelings about current events in South Africa’s tertiary education space. As a Common Ground Church students’ ministry leader, and someone who spends a lot of time on campus, I was asked to comment on some of the statements that emerged from the survey. I have picked one that stood out to me and will …

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