A book for our times.
Should Christians care about social justice?
What does the Bible teach about our collective responsibility to look out for the welfare of others?
How can Christians lead the way in healing the racial divide in America?
Can secular government play a legitimate role in regulating wealth and alleviating poverty?
Are social justice and separation of church and state compatible ideas?
Is the message of Revelation's three angels connected to biblical social justice?
In Do Justice: The Case for Biblical Social Justice, Stephen Allred examines biblical principles to answer these questions - and more - in a quest to understand biblical social justice.
About the author
Stephen Allred, an attorney and ordained minister, served as an academy Bible teacher and church pastor for over 14 years before taking a hiatus from church employment to practice law. He holds a Juris Doctor from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, and a Master of Divinity from Andrews University. On the side, he hosts the Do Justice podcast and serves as of counsel for the Church State Council, the advocacy and legal services ministry of the Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and as the religious liberty liaison for the Northern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He lives in Northern California with his wife and three children.
What People Are Saying
Do Justice is a vital book for our times. Stephen Allred has done a superb job of laying out a sound biblical case in favor of social justice, and he has done so in an extremely engaging manner. From the opening paragraph, I was pulled in and could not pry myself away until I had reached the last page. It is with great enthusiasm that I recommend this book.