jesus and justice

Revelation is about Jesus not vengeance, Reflections on Old Testament prophets (MWR), 01. Just when it comes to priorities, this is something that’s very important to me. . In Jesus and Justice, Heltzel describes the origins and subsequent development of the evangelical movement in America. Kevin DeYoung: And if I look intimidating, you’re too skinny. You can’t go, ‘Bible verse, application in my sermon, Gorsuch is a good nominee.’” Some do and you shouldn’t. It would be good for our people. Any hands over here? In Jesus and Justice, Heltzel describes the origins and subsequent development of the evangelical movement in America. Jesus is meaning to confront us with our own human tendency to say, “That person is not like me. Are you going to stay or go?” If it’s my wife, now you feel like if you don’t get on a plane and go home, whatever you have, you’ve not done the right thing. How do I think about all the things that are going on? Here’s the complexification, which, I don’t know if we’ll figure out or these brothers. How do you keep yourself from becoming consciously or subconsciously apathetic towards the [inaudible] and trying to actually assign yourself proximity toward certain [inaudible], without also lacking care and [inaudible]. Which is not to say that they’re unimportant, and I think that it’s one of the hardest things as a pastor to try to help your people know, “I’m  really excited about what you’re excited about, and it may not come under the jurisdiction of what our church is doing and giving money toward.” One of the verses that’s helpful in Titus, “Adorn the Gospel.” So, I want to leave a category open for what might we do here to Adorn the Gospel in our community. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! I think we’re trying to deal with what Kevin talked about, this “ought.” Is this required? And so, James 2, again, I think the key thing for… that we’re trying to get here is salvific tension. That’s why we’re so scandalous, we get that. Thank you. That’s what he’s talking about. So, I think those two things are really necessary in this conversation. The Blind Boys of Alabama—SPIRIT OF THE CENTURY, The Good War That Wasn’t—And Why It Matters, The Long Shadow: World War II’s Moral Legacy (01. The immigration is one issue. DeYoung: And some of it as, you know, Phillip talked about posture and inclination. “What you do to the least of these you do to me.” I think, I immediately think about the book of Ruth and Ruth’s time. Praise God. I think that that would be a situation because, I think you have the same thing in this passage, right? It was not seen as somehow unbiblical that a nation would have borders, and that the nation would welcome in certain persons and certain numbers. What the War cost), The Long Shadow: World War II’s Moral Legacy (05. . Romans 13, “governing authorities.” We see in the Old Testament. So that, when we’re discipling our undocumented friends and if the unfortunate event of deportation happens, have we discipled our friends to take a missional witness back to the country where they’re mandated to go, where they don’t know, where they don’t belong. Jus in bello), The Long Shadow: World War II’s Moral Legacy (04. Trust: The foundation for spirituality, Reflections on sin: Brokenness in the world [Romans 1:18-23], (01) Reading the Bible with Pacifist Eyes, (04) Retribution and Mercy—Genesis 6–9; 18–19, (05) The Calling of a People—Genesis 12, (06) In and Out of Egypt—Genesis 37–50; Exodus 1–15, (08) The Conquest: God’s Dark Side?—Joshua 1–11, (10) Israel, Kingship, and Violence—I Samuel 8; Deuteronomy 17, (11) King David and the Ambiguities of Power—2 Samuel 12:1-14, (12) King Solomon and Temple Politics—1 Kings 1–9, (13) The Battle with Baal—1 Kings 21:1-29, (14) The Prophetic Faith—Amos 5:14-24; Hosea 11:1-9, (15) Sometimes Repentance Isn’t Enough—2 Kings 22:1-13, (16) Israel’s Fall and Its Hope—Jeremiah 8:18-22; Isaiah 43:1-7. Though the broader secular culture often talks about justice in terms of politics and social policy, Jesus talks about addressing the hurts of victims and the marginalized as an expression of love. New thought that is related. And I think that we do need to have intelligent conversations so that we aren’t guilting, or burdening Christians with things that are out of their control, or not their responsibility. Our sense of justice is imparted to us by our Creator God. Cook:  Yeah. I pray about it in my pastoral prayer. Servanthood), 9. There is, in our culture, in our lives, a lot of conversation around immigration, whether it be should we close the southern border? Something is wrong. Introduction: An Agenda for Restoring Wholeness, 3. Jesus’ acts of justice involve not only healing the hurting but also confronting those who have been doing the hurting.  The powers-that-be retaliate.  The religious and political leaders do have a kind of justice on their side—justice in the sense of the self-interests of people in power and their laws and policies that act to sustain their power.  Jesus did violate this kind of “justice” and so retribution by the powers-that-be followed. God’s Saving Justice: Paul and Salvation. The setting is the parousia or the eschatalogical reality of Christ’s coming in triumph, alongside a myriad of angels. In the same way, there are going to be people in our body that feel certain visceral reactions concerning different things in our body. Stream or download the audio recording from this breakout panel titled Jesus and Justice: Why We Must Love Our Neighbors in Word and Deed with Jason Cook, Kevin DeYoung, Phillip Holmes, and Darryl Williamson that was delivered at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. I’m saying . He’s… I mean, he’s…. And, there are plenty of scholars who would take this side as well. Many spend so much time in this internet voyeurism with all of these maladies around the world but don’t spend a ton of time looking at the world around them. Am I right? They had come to do some study, and were here on a graduate, and they were supposed to go back after this graduate study and go two years back to Guatemala, but the government never insisted on that. Or, is it both? I think the Bible’s pretty clear on that. . I think there’s two things. The justice that Jesus pursued resulted in genuine and lasting peace. Williamson: And we got two minutes for this. Like today, many were drawn to His causes and could identify with his messages. The Avett Brothers—I AND LOVE AND YOU, 83. And you could do that with abortion or any number of issues. So, I sometimes am equal opportunity offender and I’ve refused to sign statements. Williamson: Amen. DeYoung: Well, I have a simple answer and then I’m going to complexify it. So, you know, this passage is extremely controversial for a lot of people and a lot of young believers tend to even… Maybe even some more mature believers kind of struggle with this text, especially in reformed circles. That was very helpful, Jason.  This witness finds expression in the lives of those who do turn to God and themselves witness to God’s love in the midst of alienation and brokenness.  God’s justice finds expression in this costly witness whereby God’s people bring healing amidst brokenness. To be just is to love. Essentially the justice of Jesus is about human relationships in the face of injustice and evil – where love for God and for the other (the oppressor and the evil doer) does not fail or fall in the face of injustice but reaches beyond that injustice to reclaim, to reconcile, and to restore a right relationship. Affiliate disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases on Amazon.com. See how God is moving against injustice and share the good news. Healing Justice: The Prophet Amos and a “New” Theology of Justice, 05. It was really helpful. That’s an excellent question. Let me just see… Let’s see if we can get some folks that’s… I don’t want to absorb all our time. - Zimbabwe Today. Would you give it up for our dear brother, Kevin DeYoung? Jesus sets out his vocation for his earthly ministry in this small synagogue in Nazareth, and it includes a mission of comprehensive shalom-restoration, justice, for all of creation. While Jesus’ teaching did correctly inspire his followers to seek justice and did eventually transform the world, that kind of indirect action over the course of centuries is simply not what activists have in mind when they use this phrase. That’s right. Can you kind of summarize what James is saying for us in verses 14 through 26 of Chapter 2 and just kind of tell us what you think he’s saying to us? One of the biggest problems in this whole social-justice war that we’re having right now is that everybody wants to make their concerns a top priority for other people as well. Hebrews 10:30. Is this a concern for law? Like, those are core tenets. So, unity, while it may be a joint-worship service where, “Hey, isn’t this so great? Outside of their family. Copyright © 2020 The Gospel Coalition, INC. All Rights Reserved. And, he’s also a consultant on business strategy and communications and writes a lot and speaks a lot on different things, including personal finances. Jesus’ proclamation followed the same logic.  Jesus began his public ministry with a call to repent (Mark 1:15)—turn from injustice and alienation and turn toward life.  The kingdom of God (the rule of God as presented in Torah of old) is present.  And in this kingdom, God has special concern for the wellbeing of the vulnerable, the excluded, and oppressed (see also Luke’s version of Jesus’ opening words in Luke 4). Williamson: Amen. (2.18.07), (07) Humanness: A Blessing or a Curse? Justice. Read something about, you know, John Calvin and put it to bed. Through what grid or framework to understand what all this stuff means?” So, let me just kind of throw those two things out for you guys and we’ll open up to the audience. I lack proximity because of the sins of my forefathers.” And that’s something that needs to be addressed. So, with the body of Christ, an eye can’t be an arm, an arm can’t be a toe, a toe can’t be a leg. Right? But if I throw something and a person flinches, right? And so, we want to start our conversation with Jesus. Pastor, are you saying that this is something that’s outside of the domain of what Christians should even be thinking about?” Or, “Pastor, how should I process this? Something’s wrong with your heart.  The “justice” for which Jesus calls his followers to thirst in the beatitudes (Matthew 5:6) speaks of life, of reconciliation, the restoration of relationships with God and with one another (same as the “justice” the Old Testament links with peace and steadfast love).  Note, however, that Luke’s version juxtaposes those who do hear and respond to Jesus’ message with those who do not—and woe to the unrepentant rich, echoing those of Amos’s day (Luke 6:24-26). I don’t think humans, were ever supposed to consume 24-hour news. So, is it optional for the Christian? Now, none of that means unimportant, don’t talk about it. So, here’s another way to ask the question. His pretensions, wanting to justify himself, but it’s also an example for us. And I think when it comes to issues of justice, I think we have to ask ourselves, “What is our instinct when we see people being marginalized, when we see people being abused, when we see people being taken advantage of?” Is it to first justify ourselves and say, “Hey, that’s not my problem. Like, to want the church to be able to do and manage all these things only means, in my opinion, that it’s going to be done poorly. So, now, what do we do?”. - Zimbabwe Today. You don’t need the elder board’s permission to do that. People who are in the same city,  but maybe there’s a community that has been marginalized, that’s been placed. Africa: Are Africa's 'Men of God' Preserving Injustices Against Women? And it’s the power-seeking Jews there, who are the ones who are the “villains,” are those who have done that. Right? He asked the question out loud, “Well, who is my neighbor?’ in order to justify himself before men. So, let me just throw it out for you guys to consider. Jesus’ Own Use of “Justice” Language. Reading the Bible in Light of the Lamb’s War, Social Criticism in the Book of Revelation, Comforting the Afflicted; Afflicting the Comfortable [Revelation 3:7-22], REVELATION SERMONS (Sept. 2011—Nov. He attracted crowds, followers, and disciples. The work of justice begins with prayer. Because I can’t ever take off my pastor hat. Hopefully, everybody who’s a Christian and has the spirit wants a criminal justice system to treat people fairly and equitably. There’s several identity issues there. Are Africa’s ‘men of God’ preserving injustices against women? Salvation in the Prophets, Salvation in Jesus: Mercy not Retribution, 08. The particular question is, as you think about the young lady in our home who lives with us, what more should we do, to love her as our neighbor than just having her in our home? some Ole Miss fans. Every single day in class, when you’re teaching these students value, and worth, and dignity, and you’re affirming them. For my sake. | Wikipedia Editors, eNCA | Are Africa's 'men of God' preserving injustices against women? Most of you guys know that the great reformer, Martin Luther, had problems with the book of James because, he felt like it contradicted what Paul was saying in Romans, Galatians, and throughout the New Testament. | Wikipedia Editors, Pingback: eNCA | Are Africa's 'men of God' preserving injustices against women? And then, you know, he’s… They’re kind of confused though. To see the rest of the book and other essays on restorative justice go to “Restorative Justice.”]. You know, well that’s not the question to ask in your relationship. Harold Myra and Marshall Shelley | June 24, … Second, Jesus also claimed to be the truth. Other places, what does it mean to love your neighbor as yourself? . I think the second thing is, man, folks in our church have got to stop taking cues from the culture and be led by the Spirit. But, if we’re really talking about unity and we’re talking about being unified, yes, the core tenets of the gospel, the kerygma, the sufficiency of Scripture, the supremacy of God and of Christ, the necessity for salvation by faith, by grace through faith. Williamson: And your Presbyterian brothers will say that that is a good thing, that they’re so much slower in connection. I think the challenge that we often have as a church is not so much our proximity to the situation, or our capability for the situation, but the more obligation in the situation. And yet, Jesus knows the difference between sheep and goats. Williamson: It’s a great question, several different responses but…. Reflections on Old Testament Prophets (Micah), 06. Cook: …an accident that he’s the hero of the story. He wants the lawyer to recognize the humanity in his neighbor, and then treat that man in the same manner that he wants to be treated. Niebuhr’s reflections often were filled with wisdom, especially when he challenged socio-political absolutisms that fostered holy wars and a loss of awareness of one’s own selfishness and pride.  However, by positing a polarity between Jesus’ message and justice he undermined both our ability to understand justice in more redemptive and restorative terms and our ability to see in Jesus a political approach that indeed did directly speak to the “real world.”. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Luke’s gospel places special emphasis on that commitment to justice, righteousness and equity. Now, I want to make sure that nobody don’t confuse what Kevin and I are saying because, I think we’re saying the same thing. Right? But, Jesus is still saying, “Hey, that individual is still your neighbor because you’re crossing paths, you’re interacting, you see the pain, you see the hurt, and you have the means and the resources to address it. I don’t know how I’m going to do these things.”, And so, that’s my caution in wanting to make sure that we don’t put inviting…turn inviting “can’s”, and “may’s”, and “prayers” into hard “ought’s” and obligations so that then people feel like, “I’m not doing anything to solve the most intractable problems in our country, therefore, I’m on the wrong side of the Good Samaritan.”. JESUS AND JUSTICE Living Right While Righting Wrongs INTRODUCTION. And it doesn’t mean love your neighbor, as much as you love yourself, that would be quite literally impossible for most of us, love ourselves more than we love anyone else. Christians shouldn’t be involved. When did we not visit you in prison?” And he will answer, “Truly, I say unto you, what you’ve done to the least of these, you’ve done to me.”. Is something necessary. . Man 1: Is it true the laws of government and my reaction to those people in front of me is two different things. I think first, you look at family to see if there’s a need, if there’s some way that you can be an advocate there. And our hearts went out to them because, as you said, this was that their home and there’s no doubt that the system was horribly broken to put them in the situation that they’re in. One of the reasons why especially, black people and white people can’t get along is because we see the world in two completely different ways. John Howard Yoder: A Faithful Teacher in the Church, Making the penultimate too important often leads to violence, 1. And they got married, and they had kids and they lived their whole adult life, 30 years. Jus ad bellum), The Long Shadow: World War II’s Moral Legacy (03. Through his self-sacrifice, not only did his disciples avoid human injustice, but ultimately the justice of God was served and all humanity was offered God's peace. I’m excited to learn from all of them. I think the pastoral admonition is not just for immigrants and DACA recipients, but even those in our own church. Recently, I ran into an old friend of mine's twitter post and what she was saying shocked me. So, if I’m all about 100% on abortion, that means you need to be too. And we’re like, “But faith alone.” You know, sola scriptura, you probably got it tattooed on your arm or something and you’re like, “That’s not…” But when you look at the context of James and you look at the context of Paul, there’s no way in the world that James is pushing back against Paul because, he knows that Paul has actually done a very good job for anybody who read the entire book of Romans, or the entire book of Galatians. I mean, it’d be like, you know, “We know the speed limit is 70 miles per hour on the interstate, and everybody goes 70. Reflections on Old Testament Prophets (Lamentations), 11. But I also have to be for Gorsuch.” That’s not a wall I want to put up in my church. You forgot that Jesus said in Matthew 5: 38-39: “You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth. And that’s how the average church member should act. So, she would be a DACA person or a Dreamer. What about when the obligation is a tsunami in the Philippines, and we can see it come through on our Twitter feed? Sheep and goats. But I think the Bible calls for unity in both a spiritual and a physical way. In what follows I will briefly unpack the claim that Jesus is the justice of God, answering both “why justice?” and “what is justice?” in a manner that overcomes the division between confession and justice that currently afflicts the church. But he gave a wonderful presentation at T4G that was not without its controversy. 2013), 89. Alejandro Escovedo—A MAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE, 56. Very little? We spend a lot of time talking with her, obviously, about how she feels. Bruce Springsteen—THE GHOST OF TOM JOAD, 68. Jesus challenges his readers to avoid preoccupation with material possessions can too easily govern one’s loyalties.  God knows we need to eat and have a place to sleep.  We may trust God for these provisions.  Our preoccupation, though, should be with “the kingdom of God and its justice” (6:33).  As we trust in God and share God’s priorities (God’s healing strategy of restorative justice), God will meet all our other needs as well. But if that means that I have to come out on record for a particular Supreme Court justice, I’m not going to do that. In chapter four, we looked at the Bible’s story of God’s healing strategy—God’s work to bring healing to creation, centered on communities of people who know God’s love and share that love with other human beings. Jesus’ Death and the Powers: Religious Exclusivism (The Temple), 8. He anticipates so that the antinomianism of his day, by saying, “Hey, can I just go on sinning that grace may abound?” Paul says, “No, God forbid.” His responses are strong. Evaluation of the Standard Account and Ongoing Issues, Youth Gathering Blog » Blog Archive » 30,000 Lutherans – the ELCA Youth Gathering was art! BOOK TRIBE Private Facebook Community Jesus and Justice BOOK TRIBE Eight Week Online Coaching Course - Price TBA Support Us as We Do Justice! I don’t fully have the answer. But how does this then… How does the ought land on us? There was no room available—anywhere. That’s not what the Bible was actually calling me to.” Or, is our response to say, “How can I help?” Even if helping simply looks like, “I’m going to pray, and I’m going to pray without ceasing for that situation because, I am not in proximity to it, I can’t go over there right now, I don’t have the resources to help, but I can pray because, I believe in the power of prayer. 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