What Our Cries for Justice Say about God, about Us, and about the World
JOHN STONESTREET WITH SHANE MORRIS
Since the horrific killing of George Floyd, the moral outrage in our nation is palpable. Moral consensus, however, is not.
While some cry out against violence by police, others cry out against violence against police. Systemic racism is either the most important problem we face, some say, or it doesn’t exist at all, others say. We must defund the police, according to some, and we must support the police, according to others.
Certainly, the debates over what exactly is wrong with this world and what must be done to fix it will continue. In the meantime, we ought not miss what the moral outrage, even when wrongly conceived or violently expressed, reveals about who we are and the kind of world we live in…
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