Centre for Philosophy, Religion & Social Ethics

Justice and Faith Research Project

Justice and Faith: Individual Spirituality and Social Responsibility in the Christian Reformed Church in Canada is a research project undertaken in partnership with the Canadian Ministries of the Christian Reformed Church and the Centre for Community Based Research. This project looks at the ways that CRC members in Canada understand and pursue justice in relation to their spiritual lives. In its first of two years, the research team undertook an extensive literature review, conducted interviews with key community members across Canada, and implemented a statistically representative congregational survey.

Justice and Faith Project poster featuring people milling about the city with statistics from survey responses to the question: "What do you think justice means?" below

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The Centre for Philosophy, Religion, and Social Ethics
The Christian Reformed Church
The Centre for Community Based Research

This research was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.