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Justice Calling

Justice Calling

Author: Bethany Hanke Hoang, Kristen Deede Johnson

Grounding contemporary evangelical passion for justice in sound biblical and theological teaching, this book enables Christians to engage with the most critical global needs of our time.
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Grounding Our Passion for Justice in Deeply Rooted Faith

Justice requires perseverance—a deep perseverance we can't muster on our own. The world's needs are staggering and even the most passion-driven reactions, strategies, and good intentions can falter. But we serve a God who never falters, who sees the needs, hears the cries, and gives strength—through Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit—to his people.

Offering a comprehensive biblical theology of justice drawn from the whole story of Scripture, this book invites us to know more intimately the God who loves justice and calls us to give our lives to seek the flourishing of others. The authors explore stories of injustice around the globe today and spur Christians to root their passion for justice in the persevering hope of Christ. They also offer practices that can further form us into people who join God's work of setting things right in the world.

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About The Author

Bethany Hanke Hoang

Bethany Hoang (M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary), director of the IJM Institute for Biblical Justice, convenes leaders to catalyze engagement around issues of injustice in the global Christian community. Since joining IJM in 2004, she has traveled globally, speaking and teaching to thousands on behalf of IJM at churches, conferences and universities. She is responsible for equipping leaders of the global church and academic communities with tools and resources for bringing others into a deeper level of understanding, passion and commitment to seeking justice on behalf of those who suffer abuse and oppression in our world.

Kristen Deede Johnson

Kristen Deede Johnson directs the Studies in Ministry minor at Hope College, a program focused upon the theological formation and vocational discernment of undergraduates considering calls to ministry. She is married to the Dean of the Chapel at Hope. Together they have a preschool age son and a newborn daughter, along with a large, boisterous dog. She is the author of Theology, Political Theory, and Pluralism: Beyond Tolerance and Difference and The Justice Calling.


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