We close up this present multi-part series on Wokeism. What are some of the challenges that will continue to exist or elude many, as we deal with the influence of Wokeism in faith communities and upon young people?
Wokeism has been directly affected by the difficulties caused by contemporary theological debates involving Genesis 1-11, Creationism, and Theistic Evolution. An insecurity on the part of many leaders and teachers, to permit difficult questions to be asked and discussed, has caused many to find liberal and progressive communities where more of an open discussion is allowed.
Wokeism has been directly affected by the difficulties modern evangelicalism has faced regarding marriage, leadership roles of men and women, the rise of divorce, and the increasing number of single people.
What is commonly thought of as an uncritical, unconditional support for all of the actions of the State of Israel, by much of evangelical Protestantism—is a contributing factor to Wokeism.
The debate over homosexuality is splitting entire faith communities. How can anyone fairly sort through this issue, in a Biblical but understanding way?
How many have held to such an inflexible and unrealistic view of Biblical inerrancy—that they do not realize that they have actually pushed many people toward liberal and progressive approaches to the Scriptures?
We introduce a multi-part series discussing Wokeism. Who is more responsible for contributing to Wokeism: the fallen world, or an inflexible and close-minded faith community?
As we continue to consider the phenomenon of Wokeism, what are some of the difficult matters which will need to be discussed?
The Messianic community has encountered various divisive issues in the past several decades. Whatever those have been, will probably seem like nothing compared to the influences of Wokeism.