Author(s): Fr. Peter McVerry
Publisher: Veritas (1 April 2008)
Extent: 142 pages
Size: 1.3 x 13.5 x 20 cm
The challenge that Jesus posed by eating with sinners lay in the simple, but deeply profound, act of looking at a human being whom society considered of little value, of little use, of little worth and recognising that persons extraordinary dignity as a child of God Peter McVerry SJ
In the context of an Ireland that has become unbelievably rich, but where many feel uncomfortable at the levels of homelessness and poverty that continue to exist, Jesus: Social Revolutionary? is an attempt to open a debate about the meaning of our faith and the obligations that belonging to the Christian community imposes on us.
|Dimensions||20.57 × 13.72 × 1.52 cm|