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A Christian Approach to Social Justice Is Slow, Careful, and Self-Reflective
A Christian Approach to Social Justice Is Slow, Careful, and Self-Reflective
Thaddeus Williams asks good questions about contemporary zeal for change. But there are questions to ask of his critique as well.

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