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Issues of Law and Justice in Singapore

Product Description

This book is an attempt at putting together in one accessible volume what some Singapore Christians think about matters of law and justice in their own country. It is the first volume in the CSCA Christianity in Southeast Asia Series.

The writers share the same concern about Christians being the light and salt in the world. Christians can make meaningful contribution to public discussion on matters which affect the common good. Justice properly understood is justice for all even if it is informed by the Christian faith. That is why Christians who love God and their neighbours are interested in issues of law and justice.

While the book is primarily written for Christians, it may be of interest to the wider readership. Readers will be able to identify some common interests, and gain further understanding of how thoughtful Christians have sought to contribute to developing a wholesome social vision, “based on justice and equality”, for a multi-racial, multi-religious society.

ISBN 13:
ISBN 10:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-4270-16-8
981-4270-16-4
210 by 148mm
256 pages

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Weight 0.435 kg

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Product Description

This book is an attempt at putting together in one accessible volume what some Singapore Christians think about matters of law and justice in their own country. It is the first volume in the CSCA Christianity in Southeast Asia Series.

The writers share the same concern about Christians being the light and salt in the world. Christians can make meaningful contribution to public discussion on matters which affect the common good. Justice properly understood is justice for all even if it is informed by the Christian faith. That is why Christians who love God and their neighbours are interested in issues of law and justice.

While the book is primarily written for Christians, it may be of interest to the wider readership. Readers will be able to identify some common interests, and gain further understanding of how thoughtful Christians have sought to contribute to developing a wholesome social vision, “based on justice and equality”, for a multi-racial, multi-religious society.

ISBN 13:
ISBN 10:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-4270-16-8
981-4270-16-4
210 by 148mm
256 pages

Additional Information

Weight 0.435 kg