"You shall do no injustice in judgment; you shall not be partial to the poor nor defer to the great, but you are to judge your neighbor fairly."
God's justice is impartial and is not the same as social justice. God is not on the side of the poor despite protests to the contrary. Any law,therefore, that gives an advantage in the economic sphere to anyone, rich or poor, violates Biblical justice. Biblical justice requires equality before the law, not equality of incomes, or abilities, or results.
Much of the reason libtards insists upon the need for economic equality is in his mistaken Marxist exploitation theory assumption that the rich take their wealth from the poor. Thus, libtards believe justice requires returning to the poor what was wrong fully stolen from them. What they don't realize is that the way to increase prosperity is not egalitarianism, or redistributionism, or government interventionism, but economic progress, which requires the institutions of capitalism and a pro-business environment.
The welfare system is based on the unjust system of inequality before the law and perpetuates poverty rather than alleviating it.Welfare is not a compassionate system, It encourages the poor to abandon the lifeline of hard work and often undermines the family unit.