“The world, including political, economic and religious, has seemingly gone mad over social justice.
However, we would do well to remember the lessons of the past century so that we don’t help to usher in the death of another 97 million world citizens. Social justice is an evil philosophy that must be repudiated at every opportunity.
Churches are using social justice as a societal support system to justify the plans of the United Nations to transform the world into Sustainable Development. Do all church-goers recognize this? Hardly. But here is a tell-tale sign.
Whenever your pastor starts talking or writing about social justice, look out.
Whenever he or she starts quoting St. Loyola of Ignatius, the Catholic thought-leader preceding social justice in the 1840s, run.”
The one hour video at this link is the best historical explanation for “social justice” that I have seen, read or heard. Well worth the time to watch and learn.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BZ9c5qoIDY#action=share “The Social Justice Question.”
Thanks to Patrick Wood at www.Technocracy.news