Tag: Ron Sider

A Case for Christian Nonviolence: A Review

How should Christians respond to injustice and evil? Is it acceptable to use violence? How do you define violence, anyway? The debate over how to answer these and other questions has gone on for a very long time, with Just War theory holding the upper hand over pacifism since about the fourth century. Ron Sider's contribution to this … Continue reading A Case for Christian Nonviolence: A Review

Book Review: Fixing the Moral Deficit

In his newest book, Fixing the Moral Deficit: A Balanced Way to Balance the Budget, Ron Sider writes that there are three crises facing America today: a deficit crisis, a poverty crisis, and a justice crisis. Seen together, these three add up to a moral deficit. This short (171 pages, including notes and an index) … Continue reading Book Review: Fixing the Moral Deficit

August 2009: Books Read

1. Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger: Moving From Affluence to Generosity by Ronald J. Sider. This book came out in 1977, and is regarded by many as a "classic." The version I read was the fifth edition, updated in (I think) 2004. The book comes in four parts: the first part depicts the … Continue reading August 2009: Books Read