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|Description:||xxi, 230 pages ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction. Why write this book? --
What is doing justice? --
Justice and the Old Testament --
What did Jesus say about justice? --
Justice and your neighbor --
Why should we do justice? --
How should we do justice? --
Doing justice in the public square --
Peace, beauty, and justice.
|Other Titles:||How God's grace makes us just|
Keller argues that the Bible's message helps, not hinders, justice and human rights, and provides evidence in scripture guiding Christians to aid the poor and seek a life of justice empowered by grace.
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- Christianity and justice.
- Social justice -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
- Grace (Theology)
- Justice -- Biblical teaching.
- Justice (Philosophy)