"Life chances have seldom, if ever, been even approximately equal in any society. Yet many with the vision of social justice attribute unequal or unfair outcomes to the defects of 'our society,' and imagine that they are able not only to conceive, but to create, a different society that will achieve what innumerable other societies of the past and present have not even come close to achieving." - Thomas Sowell. In broadcast 24 of Forcing Change Radio we continue to examine and explore the theme of "social justice." Playing excerpts from a lecture given in Minneapolis on the topic, we trace the historical roots and usage of this term through Roman Catholic and Marxist lines. Based in part on the September 2010 edition of Forcing Change magazine, this presentation explores definitions, its practical usage and outcomes, the historical context, how it fits into today's culture, and Biblical concerns and responses. Part 3 of this lecture will continue next week.