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Justice, Spirituality & Education Journal

Abstract

response is offered to Eric Twisselmann’s analysis and critique of social justice pedagogy, highlighting areas of theological agreement. An understanding of justice as social is explored through the concept of communication. Education as social communication of intergenerational learning is shaped by concerns for justice. The connection of justice and truth expounded by Twisselmann is critically endorsed, surfacing questions about the importance of choice in his account. How Christians may peaceably suffer as witness in current pedagogical debates is explored in final reflections.

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