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Examining the Social Justice Movement in Light of Scripture
What doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?—Micah 6:8
The modern social justice movement has raised significant questions for Christians who are committed to showing the compassion of Christ to a world in need.
- Is there a difference between social justice and scriptural justice?
- Does today’s social justice movement share the same goals as God’s command to His people to “do justly”?
- If Christians are involved in the social justice movement, does that weaken their testimony or give them greater opportunity to share the gospel?
In these pages, Dr. Paul Chappell examines the justice God requires and contrasts it with common secular views of justice. Most importantly, he shares meaningful ways that Christians can advance justice through mercy and humility.
|Publication Date||December 7, 2020|
|Print Length||90 pages|
|Dimensions||4.5" x 6.25"|
Paul Chappell is the senior pastor of the Lancaster Baptist Church and president of West Coast Baptist College in Lancaster, California. His biblical vision has led the church to become one of the most dynamic independent Baptist churches in the nation, and his Christ-centered leadership philosophy has become a model for hundreds of future leaders. He has been married to his wife, Terrie, since 1980 and is the father of four married children who are all serving in Christian ministry.