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The Social Conscience of the Evangelical

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The Social Conscience of the Evangelical
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Publisher: Harper and Row
ISBN/ASIN: B00005WVXU
Number of pages: 294

Description:
Sherwood Eliot Wirt challenges Christians to confront the injustices of our times with Biblical faith and strong action. The author brings into the open a full and frank discussion of the evangelical Christian's emerging concern for the world in which he lives.

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