Social Justice. When do we as a church take a stand? Is it only when a person’s salvation is at stake? What about when a person or group of persons are being treated without fairness or equality? At what point do the lines of spiritual intervention and social activism merge?
Ellen G. White, listed among the “100 Most Significant Americans of All Time” by Smithsonian magazine, was a leader in many social issues, including antislavery and health reform. The principles of social justice as exemplified by Ellen G. White need to be seen in the Seventh-day Adventist Church of the twenty-first century.
Is your voice being heard?
This book, Social Justice, is the work of an ensemble of professional scholars and thought leaders. They each bring a diverse perspective on Ellen G. White’s contributions to the social issues of her time—and how her guiding principles still apply to us today.