On Faith: A reason for social justice

Who would have thought that the concept of social justice would be at the heart of religious controversy? Oddly enough, it is this very concept which has polarized modern Christianity. This week, The Washington Post’s “On Faith” section addresses this surprisingly controversial topic: Wallis vs. Beck: The politics of social justice.

Both Beck and Wallis are wrong!

Glenn Beck has become a household name preaching religious extremism and the evils of social justice. Those that take him seriously are quite frankly insane. Jim Wallis on the other hand is a much less known religious extremist. Unlike Beck, Wallis identifies himself more on the other side of the political divide, but has maintained like Beck that he doesn’t support any political party (wink wink).

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