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The Just Life’s 2013 Handbook is now available for free download here. We are very excited about the new graphics. The book contains all of the Core Concepts, Initiative Develop Materials, and introductory fact sheets for each justice issue. Please let us know what you think.
Introduction “Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” ~Edmund Burke If you are paying attention, it can be overwhelming. In the headlines and on your street, the brokenness of humanity cries out through division and suffering: extreme poverty and the gap between rich and poor seems to grow exponentially; human …
Nicholas Wolterstorff :: As You Have Done Unto the Least of These from The Justice Conference on Vimeo.
Ken Wytsma :: Why Justice? from The Justice Conference on Vimeo.
Stephan Bauman :: Doing Justice from The Justice Conference on Vimeo.
As a part of The Justice Conference, Dr. Wolterstorff shares about the grounding for and priorities of justice in scripture and answers key question about living lives of love and justice: Justice in Scripture :: Dr. Nicholas Wolterstorff from Antioch Church on Vimeo. The relationship between love and justice: Love and Justice from :redux on Vimeo. Why do some churches …
Social Justice by Raymond Aitchison It is a pity that the response of some evangelical Christians towards issues of social justice and social concern has been so often negative. To some extent this has been a reaction against the emphasis placed in “liberal” circles upon the so-called “social gospel” at the expense of the Biblical Gospel of justification by faith. …
Christian Social Justice: “Life is Just not Fair!” by John Wheaton, J.D. Originally posted by John Wheaton on thechristianworldview.com | Sunday, November 2, 2008 | 7:45 pm CT Life is just not fair. Is it fair that Tiger Woods makes millions for playing a game of leisure while the average person struggles to pay the bills working 50-60 hours a week? Even …
One of the clearest commands Jesus gives us in the Gospels is to give to the poor. Jesus became poor for us, and we must also love the poor with radical generosity. Listen to Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian church in New York give an exceptional Biblical explanation. Listen online here: sermons2.redeemer.com/sermons/blessed-are-poor (To download, right click and “save as”)