Societal Issues and Faith

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  • A Gentle Touch (eBook)

    A Gentle Touch


    The author, who has himself experienced clinical depression, explains how we can care for and help those who are mentally unwell—with compassion and gentleness.

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  • Bribery & Corruption (2nd Edition)


    This short book is one attempt to respond to the need to help Christians in Asia find a biblical response to the real pressures they face in the marketplace. It takes seriously both the Scriptures and the context in which Asian Christians function.

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  • Spiritual Friendship: Finding Love in the Church as a Celibate Gay Christian


    This book is divided into two parts, one that focuses moe on the cultural background, history and theology of friendship and another that focuses more on the actual living out of friendship.

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  • The Accidental Executive

    The Accidental Executive


    Part workplace manual, part spiritual guidance, this book combines great insight and practical tips that every working person needs on their shelf. Forged from the author’s own work experiences and interviews with business leaders across the world, The Accidental Executive teaches us the importance of living a life of integrity—whether you’re at the top or bottom of the corporate food chain.

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  • The Bible & the Ballot (eBook)


    How do we relate Christianity to political engagement in Malaysia today? This is the question that we, as part of the community of believers, are trying to answer in this book. It is our conviction that “if Jesus Christ is not Lord of all, He is not Lord at all”. We proclaim the lordship of Jesus over every aspect of life. Therefore, it is important for us to reflect on the relationship between what we confess on Sunday and what is happening in the country every day.

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  • Where Spirituality & Justice Meet: Spiritual Formation & Integral Mission (eBook)


    Originally written as part of the Master of Transformational Development (MTD) program at Eastern College Australia, these authors share their personal experiences of how they wrestled with questions encountered in their missional work, and testify that ones capacity to “do justice and love mercy and walk humbly with God” requires a God-nurtured resilience.

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