When it comes to the matter of social justice context is key.
I say this because when one examines closely the current national
discourse on this issue, it becomes abundantly clear that significantly
more emphasis is placed on the justice aspect than on the social.
This kind of partitioned accentuation, I believe, is the result of
our acceptance of a collective assumption that a community
wherein justice is consistently and indiscriminately applied to each
individual is the ideal societal construct.
It is an ethos that is especially evident relative to the biblical principle of reaping and sowing (Galatians 6:7), particularly with regard to one’s actions and decisions that might prove harmful or detrimental to others.
This mindset, in my estimation, raises a fundamental question:
What is justice?
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