Justice? Freedom from oppression? Emancipation? These are essential components of Critical Theory and they sound great. But are they? We need to know what they mean in the context of Critical Theory. We need to know what Scripture means when it uses those words. And if those meanings are the same. Then we can figure out if it is Christian.
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