Justice and the Common Good
‘Justice’ and ‘common good’ are topics that have received much scholarly attention in the past few decades. On 23 September 2017, the Ethos Institute for Public Christianity in collaboration with seven seminaries organized a conference to reflect on these important issues especially as they relate to Singapore and the region. The papers presented at this conference, which now comprise this volume, address a wide range of issues including immigration, the ecological crisis and the question of human rights from the biblical and theological perspectives. It is hoped that their publication in the Ethos Engagement Series would extend the discussion of these important topics to the wider Christian community.
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“Justice and the Common Good: A Biblical Perspective” by Dr Philip Satterthwaite, Biblical Graduate School of Theology
“Justice and Immigration” “by – Dr Fong Choon Sam, Baptist Theological Seminary
“Justice and the Ecological Crisis” by Dr Kwa Kiem-Kiok, Biblical Graduate School of Theology
“A Critical Evaluation of the Nature, Origin and Basis of Human Rights in light of Individualism, Social Responsibility and the Common Good” by Dr Richard Goetz, TCA College
Pastoral Responses to Satterthwaite and Fong by Rev Dr Simon Chan
Pastoral Responses to Kwa and Goetz by Rev Malcolm Tan
This publication is available for purchase at the Bible Resource Centre at 7 Armenian Street, S179932 (Retail Price: S$10). Click here to purchase.