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February 09, 2015


Greg Bratcher

Social justice is too often in the "eye" of the beholder. For instance, very few Evangelicals seek social justice for displaced Palestinians or Syrians. They will help displaced Jews though. The "Occupy Movements" were standing up for whom? Few in America are concerned for the Greek system getting Social Justice. There is always great needy places like many African nations. Do we seek Social Justice for them too? Some of us are tired of war, and have donors fatigue because all of the great needs out there. So we must realize that the resources for God's cause are always limited. We must choose carefully where we put them and thus, where we do not put them.

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