new testament

The Tradition I Wish Christianity Would Borrow From Judaism

I think my favorite aspect of the Jewish faith has to do with how they deal with theological disagreement and debate. Namely, theological disagreement and debate are preserved in the sacred writings and traditions of the Jewish faith, rather than rejected. There is less pressure to find the “right” view. …

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Justice in the New Testament

This blog post is Part 4 in a 12-part blog series on Christianity and justice. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) In addition to the Old Testament and the life and teachings of Jesus, justice was a major focus for the early church. This focus …

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Injustice is Everywhere

This blog post is Part 1 in a 12-part blog series on Christianity and justice. At its core, justice is about fairness and equity. In a just society, people should have equal opportunity to succeed and pursue their dreams. If someone breaks a rule or does something wrong, their punishment …

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