Table of contents for I am not a social activist : the prism essays / Ronald J. Sider.

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Contents
Preface
Part 1: Jesus, Be the Center
What Keeps You Going, Ron?
I¿m Not a Social Activist¿
Visibility, Vanity and the Media
God¿s Wholesome Love: A Gospel Agenda for Today
Part 2: 	Family and Marriage
Living Between Christmas and Easter
My Father¿s Briefcase
Twice Helpless, Always Beloved
The Awesome Goodness of Human Love: A Meditation at Christmas
Wedded Witness
Praying for a Family Miracle
Departures
Devotional Snuggling
Part 3: Theological Fragments
Heaven Is Not My Home
Naming Sin and Communicating Compassion
Embracing Finitude
Politics and Christmas
Naturalism versus Theism? An Honest Search for Truth
Part 4: Combining Evangelism and Social Action
A Tale of Two Churches
Holistic Ministries Start Small
Seven Keys to Holistic Ministry
Injustice Against Women
Part 5: Evangelicalism
Why Would Anybody Ever Want to Be an Evangelist?
Are Evangelical Leaders on Their Way to Hell?
An Alternate Evangelical Voice
Needed: A Progressive Evangelical Network
On Giants¿ Shoulders
The NIVI and the Future of Evangelicalism
What Should Evangelicals Do Now?
A New Evangelical Consensus on Politics?
The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience
Never Before in American History
Taking Another Step Together
Part 6: Wealth, Poverty, Materialism and Sabbath
They¿re Still Hungry: We¿re Still Rich
Christians and Materialism: Is It ¿Godly¿?
Consumers, Advisers, Workaholics and the Sabbath
A Growing Movement to Overcome Global Poverty
Part 7: Peace and Nonviolence
What Exists Is Possible
War and Peace: It¿s Time to Live What We Preach
The Way of the Cross: Nonviolent Resistance
Part 8: Thinking Politically
Can Our Politics Be Christian?
If I Had One Political Wish
Could Churches and Synagogues Help?
The Congress That Stole Christmas
Needed: An Evangelical Political Philosophy
Should We Attack Iraq? What Kind of World Will We Promote?
Blinded by Fright

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Church and social problems.
Evangelicalism.
Interpersonal relations.
Christianity and politics.