There has been a lot of controversy lately on whether the Gospel is social justice or not. This is a continuation of positions stated in the 1987 Danvers Statement and the 2017 Nashville Statement. For your consideration, I have included a couple of articles that generally reflect the Episcopal Church’s position on the Gospel as social justice, as well as an alternative point of view, and two articles I have written about social justice. You may not agree with all the stated positions (I have some that I question), but we all should evaluate our stance on social justice and the Gospel, and what the members of the diocese will do in the future.
Public policy news alerts are compiled and posted by the Rev. Deniray Mueller, legislative liaison for the Diocese of Southern Ohio and Social Justice & Public Policy Convener. If you have any questions/comments about the subjects presented, please contact her at email@example.com or 614.668.6036.