Throughout history many people have erroneously viewed justice, grace, and law as mutually exclusive. Images of courtroom pleas for grace and mercy rather than justice resound in our minds. Which should it be? Surely we can’t have both simultaneously. Confusion in society and even the church abounds. Whether in terms of our individual salvation, our response to perpetrators and victims of injustice, our criminal system, or the impact of lawlessness on people in poverty, clarity is urgently needed. Plenary sessions were given by Dr. Walter Brueggemann, widely regarded as one of the foremost Old Testament theologians in the world today. Author of over 100 books, his The Prophetic Imagination, Hope within History, and dozens of books on the psalms, worship, and preaching have shaped the theology and approach to ministry of myriad ministers.