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"Darrow Miller and his colleagues strip away the ideological baggage that the term social justice has acquired over time to reveal its heart: compassion that is firmly rooted in a biblical worldview. Their invitation to the church to embrace it as a key component of its mission is a clarion call that must not and cannot be ignored."
Abraham George, director of International Church Mobilization, International Justice Mission (IJM)
"No one explains Christian principles of poverty fighting more clearly than Darrow Miller. . . . No one offers challenges better grounded in reality and more deeply based on the understanding that 'Christ did not die to make us safe.'"
Marvin Olasky, editor in chief, World News Group
"Darrow Miller does not try to redefine 'social justice.' Instead he answers the question, 'How can we best ensure that justice supports flourishing for everyone in every area of life economic, political, social, and so forth?' . . . This is the book that I have been waiting for on justice, a must-read for all Christians."
Hugh Whelchel, executive director, The Institute for Faith, Work and Economics
"In an era where the doing of 'justice' is more and more popular, the challenge for the church is now less about the activity of doing social justice and more about doing it well and doing it in the name of Jesus. Rethinking Social Justice is an important addition to the conversation about the effective definition and practice of social justice for the church."
Keith Wright, president and CEO, Thrive Global, LLC
"This is a wise book coming from authors who are grounded in Scripture and who have been practicing what they write about for decades. . . . I heartily commend this book."
Michael W. Goheen, PhD, coauthor of The Drama of Scripture and Living at the Crossroads
"Reading Darrow Miller's Rethinking Social Justice takes one on a journey through the history of worldviews and ideas to see how radically justice, poverty, compassion, and gospel thinking devolved. . . . Miller's careful probing builds a strong case for a full justice, economic as well as religious and spiritual."
Gerry Breshears, PhD, professor of theology, Western Seminary
Includes a study guide and a foreword by John Stonestreet
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Darrow Miller is a world-renowned author and teacher on Christianity and culture, apologetics, worldview, poverty, and the dignity of women.
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Book Description YWAM Publishing, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1576587932
Book Description YWAM Publishing, 2015. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 208 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.70 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1576587932