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History and Theology of Social Justice

Monday, September 7, 2020 | Guest: Ken Casillas and Brent Cook |
Topics: Theology

With so much unrest in our country, how are we to look at it through the lens of Scripture? The church in the New Testament is not given a political mission or tasked with transforming society, so how should you preach about social justice? Listen as Marshall Fant discusses this topic with two seminary professors who also pastor local churches: Dr. Ken Casillas pastors Cleveland Park Bible Church in Spartanburg, SC, and has a Ph.D. in Old Testament Interpretation; and Dr. Brent Cook pastors University Baptist Church in Clemson, SC, and has a Ph.D. in Church History.

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About the host

Dr. Marshall Fant


Dr. Marshall Fant is focused on strengthening the American church through church consulting and revitalization, the interim pastor ministry, and church planting. Dr. Fant has 21 years of experience as a pastor and 20 years of experience as a business owner. Dr. Fant earned a D.Min. from Central Baptist Theological Seminary, an M.Div. from Bob Jones University, and a B.S. in administrative management from Clemson University. He is certified as a church consultant with the Society for Church Consulting. He is available to meet with pastors and church leadership at their church or by phone. Marshall and Gretchen have been married since 1981 and have five grown children and twelve grandchildren.