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Justice

God demands that we work for justice

Does God care what goes on in our societies, or does He care only about our individual souls?

 

The Bible has a very clear answer.  Justice is one of God’s major priorities, and He wants us to pursue justice in our societies.  He wants to transform not only our personal lives but also our governments, businesses, societies, and cultures.

 

Read Justice and the Bible to see a short summary of the many Bible passages where God calls us to work for justice.

 

This section of Faith Explored is a place to explore what it means for Christians to do justice in our time.

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