- Biblical justice entails rewarding those who do good and punishing those who do evil, as measured by God’s standard of righteousness (Psa 9:7-8; 18:20; 2 Cor 5:10).
- Biblical injustice is to deny one what they are due, often through partial application of the law. (Exo 23:2-3; Deut 1:17; Prov 18:5).
- Justice according to Critical Race Theory (CRT) requires ensuring equality of outcomes (housing, income, wealth, education, etc).
- The existence of disparities in outcome is inherently unjust, according to CRT.
- CRT is anti-biblical in that it holds that a biblical view of justice actually blinds society to social injustice.