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“ Between the Christianity of this land and the Christianity of Christ I recognize the widest possible difference” –Frederick Douglass 1845The prophets of old were not easy to listen to because they did not flatter  They did not cajole They spoke hard words that often chafed and unsettled their listeners Like the Old Testament prophets and recent prophetic. If you already know what you think about the SJW movement and their relationship to the reformed tradition this book will not change your mind This will be red meat for the already woke and cringy to MacArthurites There were parts that I thought were excellent critiues of the way evangelicalism has had a truncated gospel proclamation but the pieces that Eric Mason sees as missing get filled in with some nonsensical and short sighted solutions There s a reason why the woke are so friendly with democratic and socialist ideals and are sexual egalitarians When women are preaching and teaching in woke churches it won t be long before the liberalism sweeps them away like the mainline denominations

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Woke Church

Voices like Frederick Douglass Dr Eric Mason calls the evangelical church to a much needed reckoning In a time when many feel confused complacent or even angry he challenges the church toBe Aware – to understand that the issue of justice is not a black issue it’s a kingdom issue To learn how the history of racism in America and in the church has tainted our wi. Short thoughts I am mixed on the title There is nothing wrong with it but those that are in most need of the book are probably those that would be most turned off by the title Woke has a connotation among people that are skeptical of the need for racial justice and I think I would have titled it differently But the book is worth reading The early sections of history and biographical sketches about how the church has been on the wrong side of injustice specially racial justice are well done But I think the strongest sections of the book are about the prophetic role of the church and discussion of the prophetic in the Old Testament The final section is about how to be active in the fight against injustice This is a descriptive look at Mason s church not a prescriptive descriptions These are all in the line of John Perkins who wrote an introduction to the book My longer thoughts are on my blog at

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Tness to a watching worldBe Redemptive – to grieve and lament what we have lost and to regain our prophetic voice calling the church to remember our gospel imperative to promote justice and mercyBe Active – to move beyond polite safe conversations about reconciliation and begin to set things aright for our soon coming King who will be looking for a WOKE CHURCH. Summary The woke church must 1 be aware of how sin manifests in our communities and how the gospel addresses these issues 2 be willing to acknowledge that our country s history of racism continues to impact our communities today 3 be accountable to move beyond just talking about injustices to developing a plan to engage them with the gospel4 be active by proclaiming the gospel meeting pressing needs and partnering together to bring gospel changeWhat I appreciate about Eric Mason is that this book isn t an academic theory for him it s the result of faithful gospel ministry in his urban context


10 thoughts on “Woke Church

  1. says:

    If you pick up this book expecting to find a landmark contribution to the social justice debate you will be disap

  2. says:

    Eric Mason has no plan Just a lot of blusterSome of the bluster I agree with; some I don’t But let’s get specific man What exactly is wrong and what would you like to do about it?Also the writing is abysmal Like a fresh

  3. says:

    If you already know what you think about the SJW movement and their relationship to the reformed tradition this book will not change your mind This will be red meat for the already woke and cringy to MacArthurites There were parts that I thought were excellent critiues of the way evangelicalism has had a truncated gospel proclamation but the pieces that Eric Mason sees as missing get filled in with some nonsens

  4. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and Moody Publishers for this ARCThis was a difficult read for me because it forced me to admit and assess my own prejudices There is a lot of history here which was both fascinating and appalling The arguments for a Woke Church are crystal clear and will resonate in my heart forever I hope Honestly I highlighted 13 of th

  5. says:

    Short thoughts I am mixed on the title There is nothing wrong with it but those that are in most need of the book are probably those that would be most turned off by the title Woke has a connotation among people that are skeptical of the need for racial justice and I think I would have titled it differently But the book is worth reading The early sections of history and biographical sketches about how the church has been on the

  6. says:

    Convicting on many fronts and insanely readable For those wary of the word woke please read the book I've appreciated listening to Dr Mason's preaching over the past year and I'm glad to read this book and recommend it My only complaint is th

  7. says:

    DISCLAIMER I RECEIVED THIS BOOK FOR FREE FROM MOODY PUBLISHERS TO REVIEWEric Mason’s Woke Church aims to “shine a spotlight on one of the aspects of the gospel that has been neglected and dismissed as inappropriate for discours

  8. says:

    Summary The woke church must 1 be aware of how sin manifests in our communities and how the gospel addresses these issues;2 be willing to acknowledge that our country’s history of racism continues to impact our communities today;3 be accountable to move beyond just talking about injustices to developing a plan to engage them with the gospel4 be active by proclaiming the gospel meeting pressing needs and partnering to

  9. says:

    The word woke  is slang for being “aware of and actively attentive to important facts and issues especially issues of racial and social justice” Dr Eric Mason appropriates this term to describe a church that has been “awakened to the reality of implicit and explicit racism and injustice in American society

  10. says:

    I feel like Dr Mason is a man who is swimming in the ocean of Scripture but understands the current of the present What I learnedYou don’t rea