Gideon Strauss, senior fellow of the Center for Public Justice, kicked off the 2011-12 Manna Public Lecture Series exploring "Perspectives on Justice from a Gospel Worldview," with a lecture which situated responsible citizenship for American Christians within the contours of a robust spirituality that incorporates the wonder, heartbreak, and hope of the Gospel Narrative. Picturing a society characterized by justice as a symphony with different instruments playing in harmony and in rhythm, Gideon called thoughtful Christians toward a more nuanced understanding of their multifaceted call to weep and work for justice.
See a series of articles about the lecture series, at the Center for Public Justice's Capital Commentary: capitalcommentary.org/princeton-university/justice-and-privilege-grace
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