A Church for the Poor, a new book from Jubilee Plus, explores the same questions as Church Action on Poverty’s ‘Church of the Poor?’ project. In this guest post, Greg Smith, Development Worker for Together Lancashire, reviews the book.
David Primrose, Director of Transforming Communities in the Diocese of Lichfield and a trustee of Church Action on Poverty, reviews the first two volumes of an exciting new series edited by Paul Cloke and Mike Pears: Mission in Marginal Places.
Re-Enchanting the Activist: Spirituality and Social Change is a new book by Keith Hebden, who led the End Hunger Fast in 2014 and is now Director of the Urban Theology Unit. This review is by Sandra Dutson, a member of Church Action on Poverty’s Council of Management.
Sandra Dutson, a member of Church Action on Poverty’s Council of Management, reviews a new book of contextual theology by Bishop Laurie Green.
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Winner of the British Academy Peter Townsend Prize for 2015
448 pages, published: 11 Nov 2015
“A timely and insightful guide to how the rich managed top shape a language and political agenda that suited their purposes just perfectly.” Tax Justice Focus