Don’t Call Me Out of My Name Spirituality for the 21st Century A Member of the Christian LEFT Speaks Out: Some Insights into Social Analysis For Ordinary People

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iUniverse, Jan 18, 2013 - Religion - 136 pages
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This book challenges the unwritten laws that dominate U.S. society, creating great wealth and even greater poverty. Social (Structural) Analysis uncovers the hidden agenda behind this system of political economy that exploit the majority while enriching the few. Modern liberal economics holds the proverbial carrot in front of the world's population while the real winners, the multi-national banks and corporations, reap scandalous profits. This political/economic monopoly treats the living earth as if it was a disposable resource and turns the majority of the world's population into mere cogs in its machinery. Like a cancer, if untreated it will destroy its host.

Social analysis cannot cure this cancer, but it can remove the rose-colored glasses from people's eyes so that they can understand it.

Free Market Capitalism has undoubted benefits. It becomes evil when it is a law unto itself. A system of political economy, endowed with a wider vision and a more just definition of profits, might evolve out of the dialogue between the mechanisms of Capitalism and the priorities of socialism. Such a system would allow all peoples to enjoy a decent life while preserving the integrity of the earth. Utopia, the perfect society, may never become a reality, but we should never stop trying to implement it. Social analysis is a necessary first step towards a more just world.

 

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Contents

Preface
Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter IV
Justice orCharity will the real virtue please stand
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