Justice | Samuel Sey | Ep. 129

Sep 21, 2020

Samuel Sey and I discuss justice and examine it from both a Biblical and secular worldview. A few of the topics we discuss: 

  • What are the justice issues we are seeing in the world today?
  • What is a biblical definition of justice? 
  • How does the world define justice? 
  • Is disparity evidence of injustice?
  • What does God say about it in the Bible and is it relevant to the issues we’re experiencing today?

This episode is amazingly practical and truth-filled. Enjoy!

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