Social Justice: How Good Intentions Undermine Justice and GospelBy Dr. Ernest C. Beisner
Advocates for "social justice" begin with a marked advantage in the debate. Anyone who argues against them can be cast as defending injustice--and who wants to do that? But what if the call for "social justice" undermines both justice and gospel?
In his booklet, "Social Justice: How Good Intentions Undermine Justice and Gospel," Dr. E. Calvin Beisner exposes the sad and unintended consequences of redistribution. He also goes to the heart of the issue: the meaning of justice itself and whether, in fact, justice requires the sort of equality Progressives claim it does.