What Is Justice According To The Christian Faith?

Episode 481 Show Notes 

From the Show

God is a God of justice who judges righteously, and, actually, this is one of humanity’s greatest problems, because individually before God, there is none righteous. God’s perfect law calls us to love God perfectly with all of our hearts, mind, and strength, and our neighbors as ourselves… The fact of the matter is, we have a hard time even loving the people we like! And the law of God, the justice of God condemns us, because God is good and we are not. That’s why, ultimately, we don’t want justice per se—not perfect justice. We want mercy. And the way God gives us mercy is that he enacted justice on his Son, Jesus, in our place.

—Adriel Sanchez

Questions in this Episode

1. I have been told by some people that Jesus Christ is a fake name; therefore, I am following a fake Jesus Christ. Can you please clarify for me if it is wrong to call the Son of God, Jesus Christ?

2. Was Saul similar to Judas, who walked with Jesus but never put his faith in him?

3. What is the difference between John’s baptism and Jesus Christ’s baptism? Are these really two different baptisms? Does John’s baptism confer to us the benefits of Christ? Could the believers in Acts 19 have repented and believed and still not have received the Holy Spirit in regeneration?

4. What Is Justice According To The Christian Faith?

Resources

Generous Justice: How God’s Grace Makes Us Just by Timothy Keller

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