Justin B. Fung

Tag: bible

Social justice & human rights (2)

The following is the second part of a paper I wrote last summer (2008) for Advocating for Social Justice, adapted for this blog. The paper looks at the biblical mandate for justice and at the particular way this may be worked out with regard to human rights. A Biblical Understanding of Human Rights Having established […]

Social justice & human rights (1)

The following is the first part of a paper I wrote last summer (2008) for Advocating for Social Justice, adapted for this blog. The paper looks at the biblical mandate for justice and at the particular way this may be worked out with regard to human rights. Introduction Human rights are important. Whether one agrees […]

Adding to the confusion

One of my non-Christian friends emailed me a couple weeks ago, asking me what the Bible said about killing and murder. He was alluding to the Ten Commandments, and so I told him that the Bible said, no murder (short version), and more generally spoke of a consistent ethic of life and of the value […]

Wisdom & Concentration

My verses for the last couple weeks: Of making many books there is no end, and much study wearies the body. (Eccl. 12:12b) A person’s steps are directed by the Lord. How then can anyone understand their own way? (Prov. 20:24) Thankfully, paper #3 is done. I just have one more paper (7-page) to do […]

Beckham and Being Here

I realized that I forgot to blog about one of the events of the last couple weeks … I met someone. Haha. No, that wasn’t it—if I’ve told you about it, I’ve told you about it. If not … I might tell you about it. Seriously, the event was, of course, David Beckham’s debut for […]

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