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This month's free e-book is What Every Christian Needs to Know about Social Justice by Jeffrey D. Johnson.
With the competence of a careful student and the heart of a faithful pastor, he has done the hard work of investigating the origins, development, and wickedness of the modern social justice movement. Well-researched, clearly written, and necessarily succinct, What Every Christian Needs to Know about Social Justice will be the first book I recommend to believers who want a trustworthy introduction to that movement.
The social justice agenda is a perverse movement that has various tentacles that impact nearly all the spheres of our modern society, including political, economic, academic, medical, athletic, and most troubling of all — the church of Jesus Christ. Due to the vast diversity and complexity of the movement, it becomes a unique challenge to explain the dangers of social justice. Jeff Johnson, in his book, What Every Christian Needs to Know about Social Justice, fulfills the calling of a Christian by contending “for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). Make no mistake about it, the social justice agenda is a devilish agenda, and Jeff Johnson explains and exposes it in his helpful book.
– Josh Buice
Jeff Johnson has given us a clear, doctrinally sound, historically astute, and philosophically insightful account of the development of critical theory and its manifestation in the social justice movement.
– Tom J. Nettles
With great precision, Jeff Johnson rightly defines and explains the origins and dangers of social justice in a way that neither overstates the problem nor understates the danger. For some time, I have longed for a book to be written that will help pastors and congregants to understand these complex issues and know how to respond biblically. That book has finally arrived!
– Tom Buck
Jeff Johnson has done us a great favor by sticking to the important, key issues and shining a bright light upon the destructive impact of [social justice].
– James White