What is Christian Social Justice?
The Just Life as a ministry is about more than what is commonly understood as social justice. Yes, Christians should be involved in social justice, but “social justice” is simply not a big enough term for our God and our calling as Christ followers. The heart of Christian social justice is rooted in the way that a personal faith in Christ can transform people into a new body of believers where there is no social, economic, racial, or gender division (Galatians 3:28, Colossians 3:10-11). Doing justice is about repairing the fabric of society where it is torn apart and helping restore the Shalom God intended for mankind to experience.
Visit the Biblical Teaching blog for articles from expert voices—these three specifically provide a fitting introduction:
Use the links to the left to further investigate through a blog dedicated to each justice issue.