Category: Justice

An ancient, yet modern story

The day started much like any other day. I had no wealth of my own, in fact the rather scraggy looking sheep I was looking after belonged to my wife’s father. There was very little grass to be found in the semi-dessert that I had made my home, […]

Hunger for justice

I long for a just society is where each member of the community cares for the rights of each other member. This sounds a little idealistic but we can hunger and thirst to live in a world where this ideal for humanity is paramount. Jesus told us that […]

Seeking Justice through Love

Justice and love are two sides of the same coin. We can seek justice through love. Love means wanting the best for a person or group of people and acting accordingly. Justice means wanting to eliminate those things which do harm to the person or group of people […]

Beyond Justice

If you have read any of my blog posts then you will know that I care deeply about justice for the powerless and for the voiceless of this world.  The principal of justice is very important, but we need to be very careful about how we apply justice. […]

My new book

Compassion and Justice I feel passionate about compassion particularly for the billions who are living in desperate poverty around the world. Extreme poverty can be eliminated if people like you and I say ‘enough is enough’! But compassion alone is not enough. So many people are exploited by […]

A new book on Kindle!

I feel passionate about compassion particularly for the billions who are living in desperate poverty around the world. Extreme poverty can be eliminated if people like you and I say ‘enough is enough’! But compassion alone is not enough. So many people are exploited by the powerful and […]

Making Britain great (again?)

Land of Hope and Glory, Mother of the free, How shall we extol thee, Who are born of thee? Wider still, and wider, Shall thy bounds be set; God, who made thee mighty, Make thee mightier yet! God, who made thee mighty, Make thee mightier yet! On Saturday, we […]