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dc.contributor.authorCarol Gan
dc.contributor.authorMiriam Pepper
dc.contributor.authorNicole Hancock
dc.contributor.authorRuth Powell
dc.identifier.citationPowell, R. Gan, C., Pepper, M., & Hancock, N. (2017) Justice – a Christian role in society, NCLS Research Fact Sheet 17003. Sydney: NCLS Research.
dc.description.abstractThe notion of a just society, where all have adequate access to resources, opportunity and a say in decisions that affect their lives, is not only a basic tenet of modern Western democracies, but a notion that few Christians would disagree that the Gospels call for. The question of how Christians should engage in this work, is one which has long been debated and elicits a much wider variety of responses. In 2016, the National Church Life Survey asked a sample of Catholic, Anglican and Protestant attenders the following question: “Do you agree or disagree: ‘Christians should work to change the structures of society in order to create a more just society’?”
dc.publisherNCLS Research
dc.subjectchurch role
dc.subjectsocial views
dc.titleJustice – A Christian Role in Society
dc.title.alternativeNCLS Research Fact sheet-17003
dc.typeFact sheets
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