Sin is Real: So Is Contributive Justice

Fridays From the Archives

Vol. 29, Iss. 3 | John Nunes

What I will attempt to demonstrate is that because of the pervasiveness and perverseness of evil, the best approach to address injustice is grounded in God’s preemptive mercy—what I term “contributive justice.”…

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The Meaning of Calamity

June 4, 2020 | S. A. Fix

Exile was to remind and renew Israel in repentance and faith. That is the right understanding of the meaning of calamity, as a reminder to repent.

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When Grace Conquers Race

Vol. 17, Iss. 1 | Michael Horton

Christianity holds up the standard of God’s righteousness and justice: perfectly loving God and our neighbor-regardless of race, color, status or creed-to the extent that we would willingly give up our own life and property for his or her welfare.

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Virtual Communion?

June 3, 2020 | Harrison Perkins

Christians, then, are people who are accustomed to waiting in anticipation because even the Lord’s Supper is a pledge, a down payment, for the wedding feast of the lamb, when we all sit together with Christ in perfect in-person fellowship…

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A Biblical Theology of Justice

Vol. 29, Iss. 3 | Zach Keele

Among evangelical Christians, who profess loyalty to Scripture, little agreement over what justice is seems to exist. It is good, therefore, to ask what the Bible says about justice.

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