CREATED ON 12th April 2019
COMPLETED ON 18th April 2019
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Social justice in the Koran vs in the Old testament

Read the book of Amos. 4.5 pages Prophets from both books need to be used. To compare examples of social justice. I will be using the prophet Amos (main focus). For the koran it can be any examples. Social justice compared to today: Wealth,Healthcare, planned parent hood, Gender rights. One link
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