However, I had no idea that there was some so called Social Justice doctrine or something like that.
All I meant by the term was having compassion for the poor and marginalised...and possibly acting on that compassion.
And I'm not anti-semitic as you possibly seem to be inferring.
I'm not really talking about in society here; Courts and legal Justice system. I'm talking about in the Christian church. And I wanted to know if anyone had experienced simliar attitudes therein, but apparently not - so far.
However, in the first post I made, I didn't mean to imply that Jesus was on a political side. I know the Left and Right and Capitalism etc didn't exist back then. I know when they came on to the scene. And whilst it may have look that way, I don't think I made any outright claim as to Jesus' political stance.
What I meant was - in the contemporary church, protestant I guess had been my experience (denomination not so relevant maybe), contemporary political stances have been adopted by some churches or communities, (not necessarily out-spoken but it is obvious), and I'm not just refferring to those crazy conservatives who protest and stuff.
So, what I meant was, has anyone who has experienced these various adoptions of political ideology in Christian churches or communities?
And how do you/they reconcile their contemporary political stance with their belief in Jesus' teachings?