Noted social commentator and theologian Dorothee Soelle examines how the power of religion and faith can be used to transform an unjust world. Her discussions cross a broad range of topics. They include the poor and homeless as partners in dialogue, and women addressed by Jesus. She deals with the freedom bestowed by the Spirit of God, biblical roots of social liberation, and the need for a new religious language. This book will inspire all persons involved in working for God's will for the world.
Dorothee Soelle was for many years Professor of Theology at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Her works include The Strength of the Weak and On Earth as in Heaven.