Our Pages

Tag: oppression

How should believers respond to the Israel-Palestine conflict?

June 8, 2021  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

The world calls them oppressors. Christians are inclined to see them as “God’s chosen people”. Is there a ‘right side’?

The meaning of the Magi

February 24, 2021  - By Winston Hottman

The story of the three wise men bearing gifts for baby Jesus is a familiar one. But the legendary trio are about far more than a good Christmas tale

Christians need to talk about racial justice

June 5, 2020  - By Reeba James

As George Floyd's killing sparking protests in all 50 states of the USA, the question remains: can the church stay silent in the face of racial oppression?

Psalm 14: When the wicked oppress God’s people

April 5, 2020  - By Dr. David Brooks

It's difficult to see the end from the beginning, but we are encouraged to look ahead to what God has promised — for in the future is deliverance

Can Christians participate in anti-government protests?

January 14, 2020  - By Tobin Mattackal

How do Christians reconcile their mandate to be submissive to their governing authorities with their desire to stand up for the oppressed?

Psalm 2: The true King

November 22, 2019  - By Dr. David Brooks

Resistance to God’s chosen Messiah is empty and cannot ultimately succeed because Jesus earned the right to rule the world



Get a notification in your Inbox

A weekly brief of new resources and Scripture-based insights from our editorial team.