Starting in 2017 as a single hashtag but culminating into mass global demonstrations in October 2020; the world saw young Nigerians take to the streets, en masse, in protest. The beauty of the #EndSARS social movement / protest (and arguably its Achilles heel) was
I’m not quite sure how to start this article; not because I’m bursting at the seams with ideas, but because the very mention of the word integral to this post often triggers…
Actually, babies —both born and unborn— are parasites. A bit harsh?! But it’s a justifiable statement.
The average person knows the Church’s stance on divisive topics such as Same-Sex Marriages and Abortion.
There are injustices occurring every day at any given time – on a global level and even on a personal level. Hashtag after hashtag, headline after headline, the actions of people around us – we cannot seem to catch a break! As a Christian, what should our response to injustice be? I look at striking the balance between consciousness and Christianity.
Holding the record for the most translated document in the world and heralded as the “international Magna Carta of all men everywhere” by Eleanor Roosevelt; the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is understood to be inalienable. It documents the fundamental rights a person is inherently entitled to simply because they exist. However, where does this movement draw its inspiration from? For Christians, it may be closer to home than we realise.