Justice, Not Just Us: Faith Perspectives and National Priorities
Public Justice Resource Centre, 2000 - Church and social problems - 150 pages
A clear and passionate voice for justice for all in Canada's public square. This book of essays uses issues such as child poverty, worsening economic inequity, national unity, and more as springboards for offering an alternative value-framework for living together built on the biblical principle of public justice, not "just us."
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