Many of our conversations about justice are about urging people of faith to understand justice as part of their faith—and to do something about it.
While this work continues to be necessary, greater depth might be missed if this is the only approach to the interactions of faith and justice. In a society in which many have heightened engagement with questions of justice, we should also consider the need and the opportunities to bring faith to justice.
Marking the launch of Engage—his new collection of essays—Nathan Brown argues faith can offer justice added depth and resilience, as well as the invitation to follow a God of justice.
Presented by Sydney Adventist Forum and Avondale College of Higher Education.
Complimentary copies of Engage for those who subscribe to the Sydney Adventist Forum mailing list or TK, a free online magazine of news, reviews and perspectives, produced by Avondale College of Higher Education, Signs Publishing and Manifest.
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Nathan Brown is Book Editor at Signs Publishing. He is a former magazine editor, a widely published columnist and writer and author or editor of a dozen books. He is also a co-convener of Manifest, a community exploring, encouraging and celebrating faithful creativity.