Sermon: Social Justice And The Gospel, Part 1 September 30, 2018 Religion 1 min read Editor’s Note: Sermon by John MacArthur. Share this Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email Theophrastus Latest posts Lead Scheduler at MOTW. Husband, Father, but most importantly, a man of God. Possesses more degrees that most people find useful. Fly, Fly Dear Friend Get Your Boomer Shirt New Shirts Get Your Shirts, Caps, Patches, and Mugs View all 1 Comment I just finished all 56 minutes of it. Unfortunately the evangelicals he speaks of are completely unaware of the origins of social justice. Social justice is a Catholic concept originating in the 1800s with the Italian priest, Luigi Taparelli D’Azeglio, who built on the teachings of Aristotle and Aquinas and coined the term “social justice”. This sermon is important because it reminds me that our enemies purposely distort and pervert Christian concepts, the most prominent being “social justice”, “human dignity” and “love”. For example, the Liberal says “love” is accepting an individuals absolute autonomy to self-define and self-create. The reason our enemies do this is clear: to destroy the Church and to convince Man to willfully damn himself. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ Previous Story Hymn: On Jordan's Stormy Banks I Stand Next Story New Hashtag Trending: #BelievePotipharsWife Latest from Religion Alfredus Rex Fundator "Alfred was a Christian hero, and in his Christianity he found the force which bore him, The Story of Cortez It seemed to me that, having to speak tonight to soldiers, that I ought to speak The Coming of the Friars When King Richard of England, whom men call the Lion-hearted, was wasting his time at Messina, “Joseph” by Charles Kingsley Editor’s note: The following is extracted from The Works of Charles Kingsley, Vol. 25 (published 1885). Christian Life in the Second and Third Centuries (Part 3) The early Christian in his relations to the Church.