Special Lectures on Social Justice

Special Lectures on Social Justice

The following three lectures were delivered at Capitol Heights Baptist Church in Bismarck, North Dakota by Pastor Hall on June 09, 2019. Their topics are social justice. Please note that audio quality provided on SermonAudio is better than the video quality.

Social Justice Overview and Its Marxist Roots

This is the first in a three-part lecture series on Social Justice at Capitol Heights Baptist Church in Bismarck, North Dakota delivered by Pastor Jordan Hall on June 09, 2019. This first lecture is an overview of Social Justice and its roots in Marxism.

Listen to the lecture in higher quality here at SermonAudio.

The Development of Liberation Theology

This lecture is about the development of Liberation Theology in South America and the partnership between Jesuits and Protestants in its creation.

Listen to the lecture on MP3 from SermonAudio here.

Black Liberation Theology and Cultural Marxism

This lecture provides a critical analysis of Black Liberation Theology and then, Cultural Marxism.

You can listen to the MP3 from SermonAudio here.


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