If you are a conservative and you hear the words “social justice,” you probably cringe. If you are a liberal, you probably clap. Regardless of what side you find yourself on, I want to suggest that the term “social justice” in its currently conducted form is a contradiction in terms.
If you have been paying attention to the past few Democratic presidential primary debates or have had your ears open over the past five or so years, then you have most likely heard a politician or an activist decry the fact that rich people are making their money off of the backs of others.
Sin. I hardly doubt that word gets thrown around enough. It seems we have removed it from our vocabulary. Somehow we’ve managed to meander our way into deflecting the idea of sin and have accepted only two options: wrong and criminal.
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