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Making biblical sense of social justice  

Do you suspect the Social Justice Warriors don’t actually understand social justice? Do you find yourself pulling back from justice issues because of cynical, manipulative, wrong-headed activists? Do you know God has high expectations about justice but don’t see how it fits with your theology?

Journey into Justice will help you see justice in the biblical context of redemption, salvation, discipleship, and mission. You will be able to explain social justice in a way your congregation can embrace — and mobilize them into action that transforms lives and communities. Click here to read it for free.

Contents
Foreword: Connecting the dots
Introduction: Why do so many care so little?
The journey begins ‘in the beginning’
Whispers of rebellion in the Garden
God’s agenda is rescue
God redeems captives
Lion of Judah, Lamb of God
‘Turn from your sins’ ‘
Believe this good news!’
Our journey toward salvation
Jesus calls us to whatever it takes
The cost of salvation
‘Multiply and fill the earth’
Under orders from the King
‘What must I do?’
In captivity and exile
Living in Babylon
God works to overcome injustice
Jesus did justice for you
The key to doing justice
‘On earth as it is in heaven’
Now what?

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