Working Compass:Christian Exploration of Daily Living Compass: Christian Explorations of Daily Living #ad - Is work a punishment or curse, an avenue to human flourishing or something else? Is there a distinctively Christian approach to working? Darby Ray, lifts up key insights from Christian scripture and tradition and considers their implications for today's complex, whose work on Christology and ethics has emphasized the surprising breadth and elasticity of the Christian past, globalized world of work.
Working responds to this need with imagination and courage, providing an informative, accessible, and theologically compelling exploration of what is arguably the defining activity of our time.
Glass Ceilings and Dirt Floors: Women, Work, and the Global EconomyPaulist Press #ad - Drawing on catholic social thought, and gender studies, social science, as their overriding aim, Christine Firer Hinze builds on data concerning women s market and household work to argue that twenty-first-century economies must pursue, sustainable sufficiency for every household and for the world house.
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Eating and Drinking CompassFortress Press #ad - Her work includes specific analysis of how food figures in our present cultural and global context, how it has been understood in Christian history and theology, and how it might creatively feed our spiritual lives today. Today, phenomena of anorexia and bulimia, weight control and obesity, and world hunger call us to revisit this rich source of religious reflection.
Elizabeth groppe's work is neither sentimental nor oppressive but instead an affirmation that our eating practices shape who we are as persons and our relationships with each other and God. Whether fasting or feasting, whether in formal liturgy or around the family table, the practices of eating and drinking have for millennia been seen as religiously significant and even a means of participating in God s own being.
Love Wins: The Lovers and Lawyers Who Fought the Landmark Case for Marriage EqualityWilliam Morrow Paperbacks #ad - Jim and john—who was dying from ALS—flew to Maryland, where same-sex marriage was legal. The fascinating and very moving story of the lovers, lawyers, judges and activists behind the groundbreaking Supreme Court case that led to one of the most important, national civil rights victories in decades—the legalization of same-sex marriage.
In june 2015, the supreme court made same-sex marriage the law in all fifty states in a decision as groundbreaking as Roe v Wade and Brown v Board of Education. Morrow. Through insider accounts and access to key players, this definitive account reveals the dramatic and previously unreported events behind Obergefell v Hodges and the lives at its center.
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Then they met al gerhardstein, a courageous attorney who had spent nearly three decades advocating for civil rights and who now saw an opening for the cause that few others had before him. This forceful and deeply affecting narrative—part Erin Brockovich, against overwhelming odds, part Milk, part Still Alice—chronicles how this grieving man and his lawyer, introduced the most important gay rights case in U.
Family Ethics: Practices for Christians Moral TraditionsGeorgetown University Press #ad - Sex, spirituality, eating, money, and service. In each area, intentional practices can function as acts of resistance to a cultural and middle-class conformity that promotes materialism over relationships. These practices forge deep connections within the family and help families live out their calling to be in solidarity with others and participate in social change from below.
How can ordinary christians find moral guidance for the mundane dilemmas they confront in their daily lives? To answer this question, Julie Hanlon Rubio brings together a rich Catholic theology of marriage and a strong commitment to social justice to focus on the place where the ethics of ordinary life are played out: the family.
Family Ethics: Practices for Christians Moral Traditions #ad - . Morrow. It is through these everyday moral choices that most Christians can live out their faith―and contribute to progress in the world. According to rubio, all are areas for practical application of an ethics of the family.
Leading Lives That Matter: What We Should Do and Who We Should BeEerdmans #ad - Wm b eerdmans Publishing Co. Instead of giving prescriptive advice, Mark Schwehn and Dorothy Bass approach the subject of vocation as an ongoing conversation. They include in this conversation some of the Western tradition's best writings on human life -- its meaning, purpose, and significance -- ranging from ancient Greek poetry to contemporary fiction.
Leading Lives That Matter: What We Should Do and Who We Should Be #ad - Including leo tolstoy's novella the Death of Ivan Ilych as an extended epilogue, this volume will help readers clarify and deepen how they think about their own lives. Morrow. Leading lives that matter draws together a wide range of texts -- including fiction, autobiography, and philosophy -- offering challenge and insight to those who are thinking about what to do with their lives.
Leading from the Emerging Future: From Ego-System to Eco-System EconomiesBerrett-Koehler Publishers #ad - Financial collapse, resource depletion, climate change, and a growing gap between rich and poor are but a few of the signs. Morrow. Wm b eerdmans Publishing Co. Filled with real-world examples, intentional, this thought-provoking guide presents proven practices for building a new economy that is more resilient, inclusive, and aware.
Leading from the Emerging Future: From Ego-System to Eco-System Economies #ad - . Berrett-Koehler Publishers. Otto scharmer and katrin kaufer ask, why do we collectively create results nobody wants? Meeting the challenges of this century requires updating our economic logic and operating system from an obsolete “ego-system” focused entirely on the well-being of oneself to an eco-system awareness that emphasizes the well-being of the whole.
We have entered an age of disruption.
What It Means to Be Human: Made in the Image of GodSmyth & Helwys Publishing, Incorporated #ad - Used book in Good Condition. We tell a few self-descriptive facts, as if what we own or how we earn our living or where we went to school somehow summarizes our 20 or 40 or 70 years of life. Morrow. Many of us are strangers to ourselves as well as to others. A graduate of oklahoma baptist University and Southern Seminary, Marshall has authored more than 20 books and articles.
. Marshall devotes this book to analyzing the patterns of behavior characteristic to the human family and giving insight into the unique identity and purpose of being human. Molly marshall was, a theology professor who has taught at Southern Seminary in Louisville, at the time of publication, Kentucky, for a number of years.
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The nature of our humanity often remains a mystery. The wonderful strand of colors and accts that weave the tapestry of humanity are stunning in their complexity and common simplicity, " states Molly Marshall in the introduction to What It Means to Be Human. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Caring for Words in a Culture of LiesEerdmans #ad - Drawing on a wide range of sources, both critical and literary, Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies is an engaging address to everyone concerned with preserving the vitality and precision of the spoken and written word. Wm b eerdmans Publishing Co. Like any other life-sustaining resource, “language can be depleted, contaminated, polluted, ” says Marilyn McEntyre, eroded, and filled with artificial stimulants.
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If every literate person in the United States read this book, the result could dramatically transform our society. Used book in Good Condition. Berrett-Koehler Publishers. Morrow.
Shopping: Christian Explorations of Daily Living Compass Compass: Christian Explorations of Daily LivingFortress Press #ad - Br>shopping focuses on the practice of shopping and its relationship to Christian spirituality and asks: How do Christian justice and solidarity play a role in how we value and spend our money? Can shopping be a Christian act? Can it be a sinful one? Morrow. Used book in Good Condition. What could be more mundane or less religious than shopping? Yet shopping asks us to choose our values and weigh the good in everyday terms.
Shopping: Christian Explorations of Daily Living Compass Compass: Christian Explorations of Daily Living #ad - Used book in Good Condition. It also brings us instantly in contact with the myriad relationships and labor of people all over the world who have grown, harvested, clothes, or crafted the food, and other items with which we sustain and adorn our lives. Wm b eerdmans Publishing Co. Michelle gonzalez, whose work on spirituality has lifted up the life practices of Latina women, explores the rich material on economic activity and relationships in the Christian tradition and the larger pertinence of our actions in an era of globalized economic interconnection.
A Theology of Work: Work and the New Creation Paternoster Theological MonographsWipf & Stock Pub #ad - A theology of work: work and the New Creation makes work itself the subject of theological enquiry. Throughout the book it is argued that work in its essence is about transformation and, as such, it is an activity consisting of three dynamically interrelated dimensions: the instrumental, relational, and ontological.
Wm b eerdmans Publishing Co. Given that so much of our contemporary lives are spent working and that so many major decisions and issues in life revolve around our work, it is surprising just how little serious theological reflection there is on the subject. Berrett-Koehler Publishers. From within christian doctrine it asks the pressing questions 'what is work and work's place in god's economy and thus, how should we be carrying out our work' Through dialogue with Jurgen Moltmann, Pope John Paul II and others, quite uniquely, this book develops a genitive 'theology of work' It offers a normative theological definition of work and a model for a theological ethics of work that shows work's nature, value and meaning now, and, eschatologically related to the new creation.
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