Evangelicals and Social Action

Evangelicals and Social Action

Author: Ian J. (Author) Shaw

Publisher: IVP

ISBN: 1783596589

Page: 320

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Evangelicals and Social Action offers a survey of historical responses to social issues to help inform the ongoing debate of how far the Church should be involved in ministries of social action.

Evangelicals and Social Action offers a survey of historical responses to social issues to help inform the ongoing debate of how far the Church should be involved in ministries of social action.



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