Justice

Justice Society demands vengeance but cannot bear justice, requires morality but cannot stand faultless under a searchlight, expects order but despises authority, screams for open borders and the acceptance of the tired, poor huddled masses yearning to be free but won’t share a meal and offer a bed to a stranger in need. We are…

Justice and the Holocaust

Ever-Increasing Light A Messianic Daily Devotional “All his ways are just; a God of faithfulness and without iniquity, just and right is he” (Deuteronomy 32:4). Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winning author, the late Elie Wiesel wrestled with questions of God’s justice in his book, Night: Some talked of God, of his mysterious ways,…

The Juice and Justice

Why am I writing about OJ Simpson? Because he is in the news again. Who cares? I do. Because I am profoundly interested in justice and the ramification of injustice in our society.  And I believe the American culture shapes our views of justice–some of them are correct, almost innate, and others are incorrect–the result of  a society…