This course will consider the biblical call to seek justice and some of the historical and contemporary issues and theological reflections that should shape how this urgent biblical message is understood, preached, and lived.
students will do a project that consists of two parts: (1) offering “A Biblical Theology of Justice” (20 pages) and (2) examining preaching in light of one particular issue of injustice (10 pages).
Sample Readings From This Course May Include:
Gourevitch, Philip. We Wish to Inform You that Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda. Picador, 1999.
Haugen, Gary. Good News about Injustice. IVP, 2009.
Labberton, Mark. The Dangerous Act of Worship. IVP, 2007.
Storey, Peter. With God in the Crucible: Preaching Costly Discipleship. Abingdon, 2002.
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