Eugene Cho asks if Christians just aren’t angry enough about grave injustices like human trafficking. He does so with some language your grandmother wouldn’t approve of (though he does use asterisks instead of typing out the actual word), so be warned.
Is it possible that we as Christians just aren’t angry enough about injustices like human trafficking and slavery? Perhaps, we’ve grown too desensitized, domesticated, and docile. I’m not trying to say this for the sake of the ’shock factor’ but I really believe there are times when the Church needs to have a deep[er] anger about the grave injustices of the world particularly when it involves the exploitation of children.
He goes on to talk about a movie screening his church did as a small way to begin to address this injustice.
What do you think? Do churches need to have more righteous anger over social justice issues? And here’s the uncomfortable question: What kind of marketing message does that send?