Social justice confuses different conceptions of justice and merit, and chases after an undeserved and jealous-based equality that never leads to equality, but only tyranny.
Capitalism and the Industrial Revolution have been demonized as unredeemable evils. The argument is simple: capitalism has increased poverty.
Because evangelical social liberals are inattentive to important distinctions within the notion of justice, many of their appeals to biblical uses of “justice” are compromised.
Within capitalism, is exploitation necessary and unavoidable and therefore endemic to the system? Dr. Ronald Nash navigates this question with a fair trial.
Marcuse, with his Neo-Socialism, believed that men need to be freed from false needs and consciousness.
How engaged should Christians be in the realms of cultural and social issues, of poverty and oppression? Could good intentions produce negative results and ultimately harm someone’s good?