Secular society does not tend to view the Bible as a source of justice. In fact, it may even see it in negative light when looking at certain issues eg doesn't it support slavery and oppress women?. So why go to the Bible if you are a 'justice seeker'?
Yet, in Generous Justice Timothy Keller looks at the call to justice which flows from God's amazing grace. He diligently explains the biblical mandate to seek justice, citing biblical evidence to support his case and pointing to its contemporary application.
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