Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger: Moving From Affluence to Generosity
When Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger first appeared, it shook readers to the core. Informed about the issues of world hunger and poverty, they could no longer ignore the plight of their global neighbours. Every day 30,000 children still die of starvation and preventable diseases, and 1.2 billion people live in relentless, unrelieved poverty worldwide.
Why is there still so much poverty? Conservatives blame sinful individual choices and laziness. Liberals condemn economic and social structures. Who is right? Who is wrong? Both, according to Sider, who explains poverty's complex causes in this new edition and offers concrete, practical proposals for change.
Please note that the loan copy is the 2005 edition.
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