Challenge And Response A Documentary on Christianity in Action in the Inner City in Response to Riots, Racism, Poverty, Crime and Spiritual Need

By: Gariepy, Henry

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Text is clean. Faint crease to front cover. Cover shows normal shelfwear. ; From Back Cover: This book presents a stirring example of Christianity in action, serving in the trenches of human need in a riot-torn ghetto. The reader will see and feel the violence on the streets, the suffering behind its walls and the agony and aspiration of its people. An unususal cast of people slip in and out of the narrative: dedicated residents and workers of the Hough ghetto, Billy Graham, Olympic gold medalist Madeline Manning Jackson, community leaders and the nondescript who are all important people in this story. It will give the reader new understanding of the issues that led some of our major cities to explore in the riots of the mid-sixties, and today still plague our societ with eruptions of violence. This story can serve as an example for Christian involvement today amid the agonies and suffering of our world. ; ; 152 pages

Title: Challenge And Response A Documentary on Christianity in Action in the Inner City in Response to Riots, Racism, Poverty, Crime and Spiritual Need

Author Name: Gariepy, Henry

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Edition: 25th Anniversary Edition

Publisher: Private Printing: 1994

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 3756