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JLE: Faith and Justice

From the Journal of Lutheran Ethics:  Lutherans have a complex and complicated relationship with the public and organized struggle for social justice, especially when it involves political action and taking a prophetic stance. Calls for the church’s active involvement in social, economic and political causes is often viewed with suspicion. Luther himself had a complicated relation to the plight of the poor and oppressed of his day.  In this issue of JLE three very different theologians, Ted Peters, Vítor Westhelle and Niveen Sarras, model for us ways to engage our Lutheran and Scriptural traditions as resources to engage such daunting issues.

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