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God's Politics

God's Politics
Why the American right gets it wrong and the left doesn't get it.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780745952246
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Publisher: LION
Author: WALLIS JIM
Format: Pbk
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Jim Wallis, adviser to the White House, outspoken Christian activist and founder of the Sojourner Magazine compellingly puts this theory into practice, letting his own beliefs guide him those times where opticians have tried to align God with policy instead of aligning themselves with God. Looking at where the American right gets it wrong and the left misses it altogether, he takes apart the assumption engrained in US thinking (and in the West) that the United States is the unprecedented force for goodness in a fight against enemies Christian culture labels as "evil." With stinging criticism of US foreign policy and the war in Iraq, the author looks at the problems of our gross misinterpretation of the Christian ethic and draws the conclusion something must be done if we want to see a new dawn in political discussions within our own society and the rest of the world. With a much-needed call for Christian ethics in politics on both the left and the right, Wallis argues passionately for a new kind of thinking in politics which, he claims, is catching on fast.
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