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Number of Pages: 154
Vendor: T. & T. Clark Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.58 X 0.5 (inches)|
The book is . They are intellectually rigorous, but written in non-technical language for the thoughtful reader. They deal with the exhaustion of the Western Christian tradition and its need to
cross boundaries if it is to find renewal; why the North should be interested in development; how to respond to highly divergent views about the effects of the global economy; advice to Christian campaigners and demonstrators; differences and similarities between those who set out to reform the global economy and those who reject it wholesale; ways of doing social theology or social ethics; and some of the challenges made by faith traditions in the
South to the mainstream development tradition.
Many recurring themes in the book arise from the continuing tradition of Christian Realism, requiring us to take full of account of the worst as well as the best in human nature.