You’re invited to join The Justice Class –An adult education opportunity, Sundays, 8:55 am.

Our fall theme will be “Considering Public Justice” –and we will together review two series of essays found in The Public Justice Review, published by the Center for Public Justice:

We will consider one  essay per week –starting with Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2018: “What Is Public Justice?”
October 14
Essay 1 – Public Justice Review: A Manifesto by Robert J. Joustra
Essay 2 – The Social Justice Wars: Where Does Public Justice Fit? by Richard J. Mouw

October 21
Essay 3 – Are Principles Enough? Virtues In Public Policy by Kevin R. den Dulk

October 28
Essay 4 – Improv For The Kingdom: What Does It Mean To Equip People For Public Justice? by Kristen Deede Johnson

November 11
Essay 5 – The Postures Of Public Justice by Kyle David Bennett

November 18
Essay 6 – Public Justice: A Visual Exploration by Sean Purcell


The Justice Class will not meet Thanksgiving weekend (November 25) or December 2 (IGSS).

On December 9 we will begin the additional series of essays: Public Justice Review,

Vol. 8, Issue 4, 2018, “Making Peace with Proximate Pluralism.”

December 9
Essay 1 – The Dissatisfactions – And Blessings! – Of Civic Pluralism by Stanley Carlson-Thies

December 16
Essay 2 – Civic Pluralism And Human Solidarity (Part 1 Of 2) by Jonathan Chaplin

January 13
Essay 3 –  Civic Pluralism And Human Solidarity (Part 2 Of 2) by Jonathan Chaplin

Beyond that, we expect to meet on the following Sundays, continuing this series and more: January 20, January 27, February 10, February 17, February 24, March 10, March 17, March 24, (Spring Break: we will not meet March 29-Apr. 6), March 31, April 14, (we will not meet Easter, April 21) April 28, May 12, and May 19.