Jeffrey D. Johnson
What Every Christian Needs to Know about Social Justice
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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.
– Thomas Ascol
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
– 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!
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].
Jeffrey D. Johnson is the founding pastor of Grace Bible Church and President of Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway Arkansas, where he resides with his wife, Letha, and their four children. He is the author of several books including The Church, The Kingdom of God, The Absurdity of Unbelief, The Pursuit of Glory, and The Sovereignty of God.