The St. Ambrose Conference on Bible and Justice brought together scholars, clergy, students, and advocates of justice from around the world to explore how the ancient texts of the Bible might address a variety of modern justice concerns.
This international conference worked to foster discussion about the relevance of the Bible to modern social issues, while promoting bridges between the academic study of the Bible and the various endeavors for a just world.
The proceedings divided into four main areas: gender, empire, poverty, and the environment.
Drs. Matthew J.M. Coomber and Micah D. Kiel
Thanks to the Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice for their assistance in support of the Bible and Justice Conference. Visit the CLBSJ website.
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