Faithfully Magazine spoke with Eric Mason after his book, Woke Church: An Urgent Call for Christians in America to Confront Racism and Injustice, was published.
As debates seem to continue to swirl around terms related to racial justice and social justice, Mason offers a helpful perspective to be able to get to the core of the matter:
“We could argue all day about terms. The question I have is, ‘Is there injustice in our society? Is there systemic racism in our society?’ If we agree with that, my question is, ‘Where do you biblically find the answers, and what are our solutions to it?'”
In this exclusive interview, Mason discusses what it means for a Christian to be “woke” and how “Evangelicalism” as a term may not be worth redeeming.
Read it here — Interview: Eric Mason Talks Redeeming ‘Wokeness’ and Abandoning ‘Evangelicalism’
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Interview: Eric Mason Talks Redeeming ‘Wokeness’ and Abandoning ‘Evangelicalism’