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The Myth of Equality | Is it a Moral Responsibility to Think About Privilege?

Ken Wytsma on The Myth of Equality Ken Wytsma is the founder of The Justice Conference, the global pastor of Antioch Church, and the president of Kilns College in Bend, Oregon. He is the author of Pursuing Justice, The Grand Paradox, and recently released, The Myth of Equality: Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege. The …

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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 …

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Justice and Humility

Justice and Humility

Justice is very fashionable in our society – a buzzword for both secular and church culture. When we talk about justice, our focus can often be exclusively on action.  Justice becomes about doing stuff, fixing problems and taking a stand.  A word that can lead us to a “checkbox” approach to the just life the …

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Nicholas Wolterstorff

Call me crazy or call me a nerd, but Dr. Wolterstorff’s twenty minute philosophical explanation on the synonymous nature of justice and love was the highlight of #justice2013 for me. Go ahead, channel your inner nerd and watch the magic below!!

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