Journeys to Justice: Reflections on Canadian Christian Activism by Joe Gunn
In part one of Journeys to Justice, Joe Gunn presents ten chapters consisting of an introduction to a particular area of social concern, followed by a univocal, edited, and transcribed interview with a Canadian Christian activist associated with a prominent campaign within that area. Part two of the book, focusing on “Where We are Going”, consists of three contributions authored in response to part one.
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