As new covenant believers, Christians are called to a specific task:
to go and make disciples of all nations. Simultaneously, the New Testament
justifies nearly every concern of the revitalized Social Gospel. Care for the poor
and needy, nurture for the sick and abused, and social and racial reconciliation-all
can be biblical and Christ-honoring activities.
As battle lines harden around today's Social Gospel, Humanitarian Jesus issues a corrective and a call to action, showing that evangelism, and good works co-exist harmoniously when social investment is subservient to and supportive of the church's primary mission of worship, evangelism and discipleship.
Through interviews with leading Christian thinkers, activists, and humanitarian workers -- including Franklin Graham, Gary Haugen, Ron Sider, and Tony Campolo, -- Dobson and Buckley engage the topic, seeking to define a broadly biblical approach to good works all Christians can join hands around.
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