Search Results for: justice

Pursuing Justice Cover Photo

Pursuing Justice

Pursuing Justice introduces and explores the theme of biblical and social justice from a historical, theological and contemporary framework. “Justice has become trendy. Ken Wytsma’s Pursuing Justice avoids all the pitfalls of trendiness. It exhibits a deep and accurate understanding of the nature of justice. It is an eye-opener.” NICHOLAS WOLTERSTORFFNoah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology, …

Pursuing Justice Read More »

Race and the gospel

Race and the Gospel: Is Justice Part of the Discussion?

Race and the Gospel: Is Justice a Part of the Discussion? Originally appeared in Outreach Magazine Good news, like light, touches everything in the room. Like light, it spreads, rolling forward, never-endingly chasing away the darkness. “Only he who cries for the Jews is permitted to sing Gregorian chant.”—Dietrich Bonhoeffer I recently saw an Instagram …

Race and the Gospel: Is Justice Part of the Discussion? Read More »

Morality

Why Morality Belongs in the Justice Conversation

Why Morality Belongs in our Justice Conversation “The temptation of this age is to look good without being good.”[1] Brennan Manning Justice requires more than wanting to change the world, but being willing to change ourselves along with it. The word “morality” seems to have fallen on hard times these days. It is often taken …

Why Morality Belongs in the Justice Conversation Read More »

Catholics for Justice

Missionaries of Mercy: Evangelicals and Catholics for Justice

Guest Post by Peter Goodwin Heltzel “Writing theology is like writing a love letter,” said Gustavo Gutiérrez, the author of A Theology of Liberation, on Wednesday May 6th at Fordham University in New York City. As we passionately write love letters to our beloved, so we should write theology passionately about our God. Merciful love …

Missionaries of Mercy: Evangelicals and Catholics for Justice Read More »

Why Education is Important to Pursuing Justice

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” This statement is attributed to Nelson Mandela, and it describes why, in 2008, we founded Kilns College in Bend, Oregon. Kilns is a unique startup—a community of learners united around a single purpose: understanding and teaching how to live out God’s …

Why Education is Important to Pursuing Justice Read More »

Bamboo

On Bamboo, Justice, and Spiritual Disciplines

Guest Post by Dr. Amy Stumpf Six stalks of bamboo sit on my desk. Three are just regular bamboo stalks that grow straight up. The other three are slightly more expensive “lucky” bamboo stalks that have grown in some decorative shapes.  That bamboo didn’t just randomly grow into an artistically twisted pattern. I suppose that …

On Bamboo, Justice, and Spiritual Disciplines Read More »

Subscribe to the Newsletter

Get The Latest Updates