Justice in Everyday Life: A Look at the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church
Justice in Everyday Life: A Look at the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church  -     By: Neal Christie
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Upper Room / 2014 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 80
Vendor: Upper Room
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 0881776521
ISBN-13: 9780881776522

Publisher's Description

Justice in Everyday Life, a Lay Servant Ministries advance course, takes an in-depth look at the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church—the church's attempt to speak on contemporary issues with which it is confronted today. The book covers topics such as: natural world, social community, economic community, political community, Biblical foundations of the Social Principles, teaching the Social Principles. This book is not only for Lay Servants, but is for anyone interested in t studying the octal Principles in greater detail.

Author Bio

AUTHOR BIO: Rev. Neal Christie was appointed to serve the General Board of Church and Society in 1996. In 2001 he assumed duties as Assistant General Secretary for the boards Education and Leadership Formation ministry area in Washington, DC and with his staff has primary responsibility for the United Methodist Seminar program, annual conference relations, grants and outreach to racial and ethnic leadership.

Neal was ordained an Elder in the Greater New Jersey Conference in 1994. He holds degrees from New School for Social Research in New York and Yale Divinity School in Connecticut and has done additional graduate work at Princeton Theological Seminary and the School of International Service, The American University in Washington DC. His family is from Gujarat State, India with strong ties to the Methodist Church of India. Neal is married to Lois Clinton, a clinical social worker and therapist. They have two children, a six year old daughter Calia and a two year old son, Kai. They live in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood of Washington, DC.

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