This work addresses the issue: How faith makes a difference in life and to society, and can contribute to changing the world for the better.
It is often assumed that social action and religious faith are unrelated.
Those with a passion for justice do not always see a place for faith, and those with religious conviction do not always see how it can impact society.
Malcolm Duncan, demonstrates the vital connection between the two and highlights what this can mean to both individuals and communities in the effort to 'make poverty history'.
This book is for all who are concerned to make a difference in society.
It invites those of faith and those of none into a conversation, a journey, looking at how the world can be made a better place.
Eminently practical, it goes to the heart of the radical Christianity which is Jesus' legacy.