10 Notable Books of 2015

10 Notable Books of 2015 January 13, 2016


…as published on the blog Seedbed.  Pretty much all of them have connections to issues of faith, work, economics, discipleship in the world, and the common good. Here’s one of interest–for the rest, check out the Seedbed post:

Charity Detox: What Charity Would Look Like If We Cared about Results by Robert D. Luptoncharity detox
In his followup to Toxic Charity, which more or less diagnosed the epidemic, community developer Robert Lupton offers concrete strategies and program outlines to help churches alleviate poverty without creating dependency. One of the positive takeaways is the imperative to invest and live in these communities with profound needs.

"The book is full of absurdities like the idea that only white Christian Europeans had ..."

Faith in a rational God: The ..."
"I believe far too few idealists ask themselves why the third world is so impoverished ..."

Saving the world and losing your ..."
"The "Economic Wisdom Project" appears to be an effort to introduce libertarianism into evangelical seminaries ..."

Following God in business…and lots more ..."
"I didn't mean you specificially. I should have written "Do ONE come down hard on ..."

The Virtues of Capitalism by Austin ..."

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