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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0715165887, Paperback)

How can Governments, international organizations and civil society work together to ensure that globalization works to the advantage, rather than the detriment, of the world's poor? This question remains central to recent debates about globalization. Looking at diverse areas such as international development, world trade, global warming, HIV/AIDS and e-commerce, this collection of essays helps Christians to grapple with the complexity of globalization and what it means to be Christian in a global context. Drawn from differing theological backgrounds, each chapter is written by an expert in his or her field. This book does not attempt to offer a blueprint for Christian thought; rather, it offers a number of perspectives to prompt serious Christian reflection and action.

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