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Unformatted text preview: -An unjust law prevents those who are oppressed from living life under the conditions mapped out in Constitution, as seen in the “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”-The most effective way to change these laws would be to gather together and resisting inequality because if everybody is too scared to fight for what they want, then nothing will change. Ng 2 Job 1:1-22 Question 3. Why do you think Job was written? Possible answers: To show that…-suffering is not always a result of personal sin, because bad things occurring in people’s lives are inevitable no matter how “perfect” they are.-in the end, nobody is more perfect than God.-God is worthy of praise for who He is aside from all the things He provides....
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- Winter '08
- Law, Nonviolence, Direct action, unjust law