God’s Justice: A Shifting Standard?
If Noah and Abraham were just before God because they were sinless, it would theoretically be possible for any human being at any point in history to be just in the same way.Dinnie Ee | The Yale Logos | Spring 2016
The Marriage of Justice and Mercy
Christianity has seeming contradictions like a dog has fleas. This one consistently arises: how can a God of justice be, at the same time, a God of mercy? George MacDonald brings this contradiction to a point: “Those who say justice means the punishing of sin, and mercy the not punishing of sin, and attribute both to God, would make a schism in the very idea of God.”Andrew Kim | Brown Cornerstone | Volume 1, Issue 1, Spring 2012