Tag Archives: social justice
Kimberley Tagert-Paul asks a provocative question: What is social justice to Christians–a good thing, bad thing, or actual duty. Spoiler alert, she considers it a duty. She writes: The Bible tells us the answer, the only answer we need. Verse … Continue reading →
Nathan Brown reviews Ken Wytsma’s book Pursuing Justice on the ADRA Australia blog. Excerpt: Ken Wytsma first caught my attention as the opening speaker of The Justice Conference, hosted by his Kilns College in Portland, USA, in early 2012. I … Continue reading →
The theme of the Summer 2013 edition of the Journal of Adventist Education is “Educating for Prophetic Social Activism.” Here is the issue’s index page: Another edition of special interest to Adventist activists is the 2008 publication focusing on peace.
Celeste Wyatt Lee recently attended The Justice Conference. I am thankful she accepted the offer to share her experiences with us online. –Jeff Boyd Ken Wytsma founded The Justice Conference in 2010, with World Relief and Kilns College joining as convening … Continue reading →
The second annual Summit on Social Consciousness at Andrews University will focus on sex trafficking. Below is the program schedule for the event, which this year is titled, The Sale of Innocence. Find more info on Facebook: The Sale of … Continue reading →
Thando Malambo has posted a deeply wrenching and moving article on the GYC website, Jesus Waits—An Adventist Perspective on Social Justice (15 Feb 2013). An excerpt: The answer to the problem of evil and suffering cannot be just theological, to which … Continue reading →
Part 1: Prayer In their book, Becoming the Answer to Our Prayers, Shane Claiborne and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove look at three key prayers in the Bible and draw out lessons for “ordinary radicals.” The title of the book highlights the over-arching … Continue reading →