Today, many of the treasured institutions that made America such a great place to live are being destroyed. Riots fill the streets as cities burn. Churches sit empty. Families and marriage are no longer held in high esteem. Social trust has disappeared. Public education is in shambles. Law and order are no longer respected and nothing appears safe from disruption.
Are social justice, critical race theory, and equality the key to understanding our world's ills? Or could the pursuit of them be causing more problems? Could our insistence on equality in all things actually be the root of most—if not all—of our societal, religious and political disagreements? Follow along as Forrest Maready, author of “Red Pill Gospel” and “The Moth in the Iron Lung” explains his fascinating take on why this one topic may be crucial to understanding most of our country's—and Church's—divisions.