The Justice Project
This anthology touches on nearly everything unjust, and everything that Christians should work to ameliorate and end. While comprehensive in its breadth, it lacks depth, though this is not a failure. The content enclosed in this book provides poignant synopses of topics from motivation and inspiration for the call of Christian Justice to injustices in desperate need of Christian attention, from reason to response.
If you are wondering about why Christians should care about justice, read this book. If you’re curious about areas in which you could be dedicating yourself to justice, read this book. Allow this book to be a catalyst for judicious studies of justice and know that this book forces you to delve deeper. It’s compelling summaries mandate that you peruse other volumes for more.
And, most importantly — since no book can make you fully aware of the injustices in this world that you are called to address — it asks you to put down the book and experience the injustice and proclaim the Gospel in word and deed against it.
“Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy.” – Proverbs 31:9