Eternal Justice
Eternal Justice

Eternal Justice

How God Intervenes for the Least of Us



224 Pages, 5.5 x 8.25

Formats: Paperback, ebook: EPUB

Paperback, $16.00 (US $16.00) (CA $20.00)

Publication Date: July 2022

ISBN 9781736620625


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Does God intervene in our lives? If so, why does God so often seem to ignore our prayers? There have been countless scholars throughout the ages who have attempted various answers to this most significant question. Thus, the issue isn’t new, but as old as The Bible. It was certainly true for Job, and David perhaps said it best, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why are you so far from saving me, so far from the words of my groaning?” Psalm 22:1. Yet, as Christians we believe God does intervene in our lives. We have faith. Is that faith based merely upon what we believe or is it also based upon experience? Certainly, the Bible provides countless examples of God’s intervention on behalf of His people, those reported in Exodus being perhaps the most vivid. Then there is the ultimate intervention in human history, the redeeming sacrifice of God’s only son, Jesus Christ. But the question still lingers, does God intervene in our lives today? Eternal Justice answers this question with a resounding, YES. It tells the stories of some of God’s most lost souls and how they made their way back to Him through His direct intervention in their lives.


“[It]. . . could have a huge influence on prisons, in the inner city and in the country... This is a great witness. I just want you to know how much I appreciate it.”  —Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship

“We forget that God loves all of us just the same. What Eternal Justice does is awaken us to the manifestation of a living God in our midst. A loving God, working undisguised on behalf of all His children.” —Craig T. Nelson, actor, and director

“This book is a powerful witness of what God can do in the life of someone who has broken the law. This book is also about Philip Remington Dunn, a lawyer, who has sought justice and freedom for those who needed a strong legal voice. Now he has put on paper how God intervened in their lives. In the interest of good reading buy Eternal Justice, it is a must read.” —Pastor Sonny Arguinzoni, founder of Victory Outreach International

"But the question still lingers, does God intervene in our lives today? Eternal Justice answers this question with a resounding, YES." —Manilyn Geverola, Citizens Journal

"Inspired and inspiring, Eternal Justice: How God Intervenes for the Least of Us provides a persuasive and compelling presentation that will be of immense interest and value to all members of the Christian community regardless of denominational affiliation." —James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review

Author Biography

Philip Remington Dunn has been a celebrated criminal defense attorney in Southern California for over thirty years. As a Christian, he has been able to use his faith to recover and redeem countless souls, salvaging those who might otherwise have become victims of their own conduct and the criminal justice system.