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Politically or Biblically correct?

The grass withers the flower fades but the word of our God stands forever.- Isaiah 40:8

There has been a lot of commentary and public debate recently over the issue of Political Correctness. Everyone, it seems, has an opinion about it or has been affected by its growing influence in our society. In order to provide a Christian perspective concerning Political Correctness I would like to briefly review the background of this ideology, propose a believer’s response to their ideas and offer a biblical solution to the problems that they are trying (unsuccessfully, I believe) to resolve.

Political Correctness (PC) is an ideological movement that began in the early 90s on American college campuses. Its proposed goals are to expose and eliminate the intolerance, oppression and sexism that exist in this country. The problem, however, is that in its effort to do away with these things, the PC movement has itself become the problem.

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Make Your Studies Devotional

First, seek to make your seminary studies devotional. Pray for God’s help before class, before studying, before writing a paper or taking a test, and during all these activities. Continually consecrate your studies to Jesus and ask him to freshly meet you in them, keep your spiritual blood flowing, and keep you soft to his grace.

It is important for every Christian, and perhaps especially for seminary students, to never come to the Scriptures with anything less than a devotional approach. Whatever the assignment, intentionally seek the growth and warming of your soul. There’s no spiritually neutral gear when handling the Bible. You don’t need to learn the lesson far too many have experienced about trifling with holy things—you either survive or shrivel.