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Walter Rauschenbusch was a Christian theologian and Baptist minister in the early 1900's. While a pastor at New York City's Second Baptist Church in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, Rauschenbusch became a key figure in the Social Gospel movement, which emphasizes that social concern, compassion, and justice work should be an integral part in the life of the Church and the Christian individual. Today, his theology and work is still alive in many Christian-based social ministries, such as Rauschenbusch Metro Ministires in New York, founded in 1995 and named after the influential theologian.
Worthwhile reading. Does not delve very deeply in to issues but raises some viewpoints which must be considered.Published 1 month ago by aunt dot
This book is not really my ycup of tea. I probably won't finish reading it. It doesn't catch my interest at all.Published 24 months ago by Amazon Customer