Net Justice is our regular ongoing programme relating to God’s justice.
- The emphasis here is on God’s justice as we recognize that our own ideas of Justice are abstract, debatable, contentious and culturally defined. God’s definition of justice seems to be much more outrageous than our rational balancing of right and wrong.
- God’s justice is proactively merciful. We don’t get what we justly deserve – we get his just and righteous acts – which are laden with seemingly unjust compassion.
- This perspective is mirrored in how we are taught to relate to each other. We are told to show love for our neighbour and even our enemy (Matthew 5:43-48) and offer the same kind of outrageous justice that God does to them.
We regularly explore justice issues through the following process:
Our aim is to be active in fighting injustice and oppression. We recognize this as an important part of God’s kingdom here on earth.
We are called to ‘act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly before our God’ (Micah 6:8)