The call to conversion

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Harper & Row, 1981 - Religion - 190 pages
Discusses the nature of authentic conversion and argues that it is the duty of Christians to establish justice for the poor, and to work for peace

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A challenge to all rich Christians... what gives us the right to hoard our wealth while millions starve and thousands more die in wars? What would Jesus do? What will we do? The call to conversion is ... Read full review

Contents

The Betrayal I
18
The Injustice I
38
The Peril I
73
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About the author (1981)

Jim Wallis was born in Detroit, Michigan on June 4, 1948. He graduated from Michigan State University and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is an evangelical Christian writer and political activist, best known as the founder and editor of Sojourners Magazine and of the Washington, D.C.-based Christian community of the same name. He has written numerous books including The Great Awakening; Reviving Faith and Politics in a Post-Religious Right America (2008), God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It (2005), Faith Works: How Faith Based Organizations Are Changing Lives, Neighborhoods, and America (2000), The Soul of Politics: Beyond Religious Right and Secular Left (1995) and The Call to Conversion (1981).

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