In 1907 Walter Rauschenbusch published Christianity and the Social Crisis. 100 years later his grandson, Paul Raushenbush, republished it. What struck me as I read it in 2007 was that I seemed to be reading a description of the world in which I was living – a century after it was first written. Now in 2014 the inequalities of wealth and the growing poverty of our nation challenge us to respond faithfully to the call of 100 years ago. You can read the book online here ….
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