Ep. 6 Justice Unveiled: Exploring Divine Justice in God’s law

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Welcome to our new series, delving into the theme of justice in the Bible! Over the next five weeks, we’ll explore specific passages, starting with the Pentateuch and moving through the prophets, gospels, and epistles. In this week’s episode, we focus on Exodus and a passage from Deuteronomy, examining how justice is integral to God’s covenant with His people. Join us as we unravel the threads of justice woven throughout scripture and discuss its relevance in our lives today.

This week, we explore how social location shapes our understanding of scripture and why humility is vital in interpreting biblical texts. We also explore the intersection of spirituality and social justice, challenging misconceptions and highlighting the call for believers to engage in justice work. Join the journey as we uncover the rich tapestry of justice in the Bible and discover how it speaks to us in our contemporary context.

Whether you’re new to these discussions or have been engaging with them for years, we invite you to tune in and explore the timeless relevance of justice in God’s word.

 

Esau McCaulley: “Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope

David W. Kling: “The Bible in History: How the Texts Have Shaped the Times”

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