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12 Rules of Christian Activists

12 Rules of Christian Activists
In 12 Rules for Christian Activists, Ellen Louden and a host of contributors present 12 accessible and practical principals to encourage a new generation to create a movement for positive social change. Each chapter combines clear theological insight with inspiring stories told by activists and practitioners.
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Publisher: Canterbury Press
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If you've ever browsed the self-help sections of any bookshop, you'd be forgiven for thinking that all we need to do in order to have a better life is to work hard, take exercise and get thin. Yet Christian activism calls us to a bigger vision of what life is for. It dares to suggest that Christians change the world for the better. In 12 Rules for Christian Activists, Ellen Louden and a host of contributors present 12 accessible and practical principals to encourage a new generation to create a movement for positive social change. Each chapter combines clear theological insight with inspiring stories told by activists and practitioners, including Dr Naomi Maynard (activist researcher), Fr Richard Peers (spiritual director), Angus Ritchie (Director, Centre for Theology and Community), and Nadine Daniels (Church of England National Refugee Coordinator)
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