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On this episode of the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, Pastor Rechab Gray of Cottage Grove Church in Des Moines, Iowa, and Shane Vander Hart discuss biblical justice, what that means, and how the Church can live it out specifically in the area of racial injustice.

“The way I would define biblical justice is simply by using the word righteousness. I would say that, that anything that is injustice is sin with power. And I would say that anything is that is justice is simply righteousness with privilege. So I just I’ll take the concept of righteousness or unrighteousness, which is sin, and just say, well, all justice is, is being able to have some force behind it,” Gray explained to Vander Hart.

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