All Resources on Public Justice
Having just and honest dealings in the world displays our confidence that God always cares and provides for his children.
John Piper says that mercy and justice are not mutually exclusive.
Protecting persons with “preferences” should not automatically mean protecting them when they perpetrate their preferences.
Until God is given his rights, no human rights will have significance beyond convenience.
John Piper says that coercion cannot be the means to our morality.
John Piper describes why striking, though at times permissible, may not be the best way to enact change in the workplace.
John Piper proposes a way to honor the law and still love the foreigner.
John Piper reflects on the insights and errors of Ayn Rand's writings on the 50th anniversary of her best-selling novel.
John Piper describes Rand's impact as a novelist and philosopher and assesses her ethical theory from a Christian perspective.
From the message, "Implications of Being Made in the Image of God."
John Piper answers the most notorious question about falsehood.
When is it right and when is it wrong to treat people differently than what they deserve?
Does God ever intend for his justice—his right to punish wrong—to be shared with men?