The Call To Conversion: Why Faith Is Always Personal but Never Private by Jim Wallis

The Call To Conversion: Why Faith Is Always Personal but Never Private

byJim Wallis

Paperback | November 1, 2005

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Put Your Faith into Action

A leading voice at the crossroads of faith and politics offers a prophetic appeal for our times: faced with a growing gap between the rich and poor, bombarded by national security alerts that ratchet up our stress levels, taxed by a government that spends billions of dollars on war -- where do we find hope? In this revised and updated edition of his classic, Jim Wallis insightfully critiques contemporary culture and politics, inspiring us with stories to convert our way of thinking and point to a solution to our current social and political dilemmas.

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Put Your Faith into ActionA leading voice at the crossroads of faith and politics offers a prophetic appeal for our times: faced with a growing gap between the rich and poor, bombarded by national security alerts that ratchet up our stress levels, taxed by a government that spends billions of dollars on war -- where do we find hope? In...

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Title:The Call To Conversion: Why Faith Is Always Personal but Never PrivateFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.56 inPublished:November 1, 2005Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060842377

ISBN - 13:9780060842376

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"A book too important to ignore....Wallis convincingly presents Jesus as the original anti-poverty prophet who recognizes that despair leads to a host of other problems....You won't read it in one go because you have to soak it in, think about it, and maybe even be, well, converted by it." -- YouthWorker Journal