God’s Justice

God is just; of this I am sure, it is a consequence of his goodness; man’s injustice is not God’s work, but his own; that moral injustice which seems to the philosophers a presumption against Providence, is to me a proof of its existence. But man’s justice consists in giving to each his due; God’s justice consists in demanding from each of us an account of that which he has given us.

— Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile

Advertisements

As relevant as ever…examines how we got here

Purchased by over 500 academic and national institutions, including the International Court of Justice (ICJ)

Smokescreen                                                                 Purchase on Amazon