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God of the Poor

Paperback|Apr 2002
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God of the Poor applies kingdom principles to Two thirds World issues and to western attitudes. It is a valuable book for all Christians in developing a biblical approach to poverty. Serving the poor is a Christian virtue but there...


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God of the Poor applies kingdom principles to Two thirds World issues and to western attitudes. It is a valuable book for all Christians in developing a biblical approach to poverty. Serving the poor is a Christian virtue but there are many ways in which to act. Such a broad agenda needs a wide biblical vision in the light of this massive problem. The church as the visible community of God has the task of blessing the poor. The author also considers the two issues threatening mass poverty - population growth and environmental degradation.


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352 Pages
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Brings together two of the hallmarks of Christianity: a submission to Scripture and a strong social conscience.
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Dewi Hughes

Dr Dewi Hughes is Theological Advisor for Tearfund, the Christian relief and development agency, and a member of The Lausanne Movement's Theology Working Group. He is the author of Has God Many Names? An Introduction to Religious Studies (Apollos), God of the Poor: A Biblical Vision of God's Present Rule (OM Publishing), Castrating Culture: A Christian Perspective on Ethnic Identity from the Margins (Paternoster) and most recently Power and Poverty: Divine and human rule in a world of need(Inter-Varsity Press, UK)
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