This week on the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, senior contributor Brian Myers talks to Dr. E. Calvin Beisner with the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation about the difference between social justice and biblical justice. The Cornwall Alliance offers a new booklet on the topic.

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