This introductory essay first provides an overview of Christopher Marshall's book, Compassionate Justice, to which the essay collection as a whole is a scholarly response, after which it discusses (a) scholarly perspectives on biblical conceptions of justice, (b) the relatively neglected topic of the role of the Bible in Christian public theology and (c) the theme of justice in relation to public theology.
|Title of host publication||The Bible, justice and public theology|
|Editors||David J Neville|
|Place of Publication||Sheffield, UK|
|Publisher||Sheffield Phoenix Press|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|