By W. David O. Taylor | The Gospel Coalition
Published in June of 2020

SUMMARY: Associate professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary W. David O. Taylor says all that we need to do to learn about justice and the Bible is to open the book of Psalms. In the book we can learn what Biblical justice is, who should pursue justice and what justice looks like.

We particularly like Taylor’s suggestion of reading Psalm 113, Isaiah 61 and Luke 4 one after the other for a week to see how you might prayerfully pursue justice.

KEY QUOTE: “Terrible injustices occur each day, in each community, far removed from the headlines. For the psalmists, such a world is all too familiar, and they pray repeatedly for justice because they understand that a world full of broken humans and dark forces generates injustice everywhere and always. They also pray repeatedly for a just Judge to make things right.”

BONUS: Print this Google document with Psalm 113, Isaiah 61 and Luke 4.

DID YOU KNOW? We have distilled the media we have curated into four guided learning paths to help you learn about justice in your preferred learning style.


Read the full article at The Gospel Coalition


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