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