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Westminster launch of Compassion Edition Justice Bible

This week saw the UK launch of 'God's Justice: The Holy Bible', a new publication from Bible publishers Biblica Europe. 'God's Justice Bible' features the complete text (NIV version) alongside contributions from more than 50 theologians discussing God's heart for justice. 

The launch event was held in the Jubilee Room in the Palace of Westminster and included guest speakers Fiona Bruce MP, Langham Partnership director Dr Chris Wright and Dr Krish Kandiah and Compassion graduate Jane' Alam.

The event also celebrated the launch of a special edition Biblica Europe have produced in partnership with Compassion. The ministry edition of 'God's Justice Bible' includes an eight-part Bible study on topics such as 'Justice as true worship' and 'The Liberator God'.  

Formerly sponsored child Jane' Alam reflects on the event explaining, "It was a privilege to hear prominent leaders share their heart for justice. And it was an honour to speak about how my life was transformed because 20 years ago someone brought God's justice to me by becoming my sponsor. I really believe justice has to be the centre of our faith and Christian walk." 

Compassion UK National Partnerships Director, John Draper, adds, "I believe it offends God that we allow children to live in abject poverty. To me this is not just and something all Christians should do their best to address. The 'Justice Bible' is a great way of finding out more about God's heart on this issue. It's a brilliant resource."

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