Love and Justice

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Love and Justice[1] are two principles that govern social order[2]. In Christianity Love is the supreme principle. In the secular world assertions about Justice and its practical forms in governmental laws oftentimes ignore and sometimes even refute Christianity's claims about the supreme importance of Love. Love and Justice may be seen as alternative or interacting philosophical systems.

  1. "Justice and Love", The American Spectator's blog by Lisa Fabrizio, posted 12.6.06 @ 12:07AM
  2. Emil Brunner, "Some Remarks on Reinhold Niebuhr's work as a Christian thinker", pages 84-85 in Reinhold Niebuhr: his religious, social and political thought, Charles W. Kegley (ed.), The Pilgrim Press, 1984, 2nd. Ed.

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