Spring – MF 4333 – Justice, Church, and Society
January 22, 2024
This course will challenge students to bring the transformational potential of the biblical texts to bear on critical current justice context as regarding the distribution of social benefits and penalties, the exercise of legitimate power; fairness and balance; and honoring the rights or entitlements of people made in the image of God. Reflecting upon and contrasting what we love and what God loves, students will critique religious behaviors congruent or incongruent with Biblical Justice.
The Graduate Certificate in Biblical Justice Formation (GCBJF) is a program of study designed for students interested in what the Bible has to say about justice, and what relevance that has for people, particularly Christians, today. The program is ideal for people across all vocations who wish to point ways forward for everyone seeking to think and act in harmony with God–a community of equals pursuing Biblical justice in the world today. The GCBJF is taught on the master’s level and is designed to be completed in two years part-time or one year full-time.
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