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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Seek Relationships continued..

September 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Relational Justice

Relational Justice began in the early 1990s when the low level of debate regarding crime and punishment was summed up by then Prime Minister John Major’s unreflective nostrum “condemn a little more, understand a little less”. In the years since then we have, in certain respects, got better at asking the relational question in the […]

Relational Justice FREE Downloads

September 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Relational Justice

FOUR FREE chapters from Relational Justice: Repairing the Breach available here: Chapter 1: What is Relational Justice? (Michael Schluter) Chapter 2: Crime and the Rise and Decline of a Relational Society (Christie Davies) Chapter 8: Youth Crime: A Relational Perspective (John Harding) Chapter 13: Relational Justice: A Dynamic for Reform (David Faulkner) ALSO “Relational Justice: […]

God, Justice & Society Teaching Resources

September 28, 2010 by  
Filed under God Justice & Society

FREE articles and book chapters to download on the subject of biblical law and biblical justice: The Medium and the Message: Necromancy and the Literary Context of Leviticus 20. This is a chapter for a forthcoming book Leviticus in its Contexts: Method, Rhetoric and Theology, eds. Leigh M. Trevaskis and Francis Landy (to be published in 2012) […]

God, Justice & Society Study Guide

September 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Study Guide

Download the God, Justice and Society Study Guide here! Choose either from the LONG VERSION (with biblical texts; Study Guide Long Version v.1) or the SHORT VERSION (without biblical texts; Study Guide Short Version v.1). MAC USERS please note that if you open the documents using Mac’s Safari and its Preview reader, the font may be blurred. Try […]

Reviews of God, Justice and Society

September 24, 2010 by  
Filed under Reviews

Jonathan Burnside’s God, Justice and Society is a real tour de force in the area of biblical law. With material that is so foundational for understanding the history of legal construction, it is amazing that such a paucity of literature exists on this subject, not to mention the absence of an entire handbook that gathers […]