The Dignity Revolution
As Christians, we want to make a difference in this world. We want to have an impact not only on our immediate family and community, but on wider social issues. We want to protect the vulnerable and engage with the issues that really matter. But how?This book shoes us how wonderful, liberating and empowering it is to be made in God's image and how this changes how we see ourselves and all other humans, and how we treat them and advocate for them.Some will feel the call to run for office]] others will roll up their sleeves and join the good work of non-profit ministry]] and others might simply find little ways to incorporate this vision of human dignity into their everyday lives, and change their community one word, one action, one person at a time.Each one of us can be, and are called to be, part of this new movementa human dignity revolution that our societies need, and that weyouare uniquely placed as Christians to be join.This compelling book sh

The Dignity Revolution Details

TitleThe Dignity Revolution
Author
ReleaseAug 14th, 2018
PublisherGood Book Company
ISBN-139781784982843
Rating
GenreCultural, Christian, Christian Non Fiction, Science, Technology, African American

The Dignity Revolution Review

  • Rob
    January 1, 1970
    Do all humans have value? That is a question practically anyone would be quick to say yes. But does that truly represent what we believe? Do we really grasp the implications of saying all people have worth, also known as dignity?Daniel Darling’s book challenges our thinking that is too often governed by political ideologies and our own secret narcissism. Each chapter focuses on a unique facet of dignity - abortion, social justice, racism, sexuality, poverty, and yes politics to name a few. Prepa Do all humans have value? That is a question practically anyone would be quick to say yes. But does that truly represent what we believe? Do we really grasp the implications of saying all people have worth, also known as dignity?Daniel Darling’s book challenges our thinking that is too often governed by political ideologies and our own secret narcissism. Each chapter focuses on a unique facet of dignity - abortion, social justice, racism, sexuality, poverty, and yes politics to name a few. Prepare to be encouraged for some of your views and challenged on your other views. But read this book, take it to heart, and put it to action. If we truly believe humans are made in the image of God, we best start living like it.
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  • John-Mark Echols
    January 1, 1970
    Important ReadThis book helps believers live out our faith in a way that stands firm in the truth of the Gospel and also calls for action to love our neighbors.
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