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Where is the line between justice and revenge?

Our world is full of injustice, but what is the difference between justice and revenge? Revenge is defined as exacting punishment according to a resentful or vindictive spirit, whereas justice is defined as administering deserved punishment or reward according to the legal systems. This collection uses film reviews, talks and podcasts to explore the human thirst for justice and our sometimes overwhelming desire for revenge.

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Recent resources

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Rosalie Lui, Susan Ojuki | 6 Sep 2020
Confronting slum life in Kenya
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Investigator V | 30 Aug 2020
The battle to confront slavery in the modern world
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Judy Wood | 23 Aug 2020
The inspiring story of (Saint) Judy Wood - now a motion picture
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Sam Chan | 5 May 2016
How do we find justice in a world where life is unfair?
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Tracey Lauersen | 29 Mar 2015
Why is Easter so important? How could these events change the world?
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Al Stewart | 10 Jul 2014
We enjoy watching a movie hero get their revenge. But the Bible gives us three very clear reasons not to take revenge.
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Ken Handley | 1 Oct 2002
Evolutionary accident or hard-wired?

Blog

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Russ Matthews | 31 Jan 2021
Looking for justice in the Australian outback
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Russ Matthews | 11 Nov 2020
The times are a changin'
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Russ Matthews | 18 Aug 2020
True life justice
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Russ Matthews | 3 Jun 2020
For anyone who cares about humanity
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Russ Matthews | 11 May 2020
Where is the line with violence in film against women?
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Russ Matthews | 24 Feb 2020
The pain of puppettering