Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Tags Injustice

Tag: injustice

In the image of God

Nathan Brown reflects on a single idea that serves as the foundation for the perpetuation of injustice and inequality in our world.

The irony of homeless Jesus

How a symbol of humility became a centrepiece of injustice.

Book Review: One Trip to Kenya

"One Trip to Kenya is a poignant reminder of the preeminence of compassion and love in action and the difference we can each make in the world, even if only in the life of one other person."

Book Review: For the Least of These

This quarter's Sabbath School companion book is a rallying cry to "do justice".

‘Cursed is anyone who denies justice to foreigners . . .’...

The plight of 1900 refugees held in indefinite detention on Manus Island and Nauru continues because we are not sufficiently raising our voices to bring this inhumanity to an end.

For the least: a Matthew 25 response to current world crises

30,000 children are dying unnecessarily every day. Yet do we even care?

What we do with the Bible

Reading the Bible more—it’s also one of those resolutions many of us make with each new year. While a good place to start, perhaps Bible reading is not the goal we sometimes make it out to be.

The God who sees

In times of sickness, sorrow, sadness and injustice, one thing is certain—God sees.

A life of service

There’s a TV series that has enjoyed popularity over the last couple of years called Downton Abbey. What I think is particularly interesting is the exploration of the relationships between the aristocracy and the servants.

Stand up

Recently featured in the news in Australia has been the story of a young French woman who was verbally abused on a public bus because of her nationality.
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