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Beckmann, David M; Simon, Arthur . Hunger in God's world - Ending hunger - The overloaded Earth - A jobs-based strategy - Gender and race - The economics of hunger - The politics of hunger - Taking action.
Beckmann, David M; Simon, Arthur R. Publication date. Food supply, Agriculture and state, Hunger. New York : Paulist Press. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
By David Beckmann and Arthur Simon The catechism image comes to mind both because of the book’s Q and A approach and because its message is expressed in religious.
By David Beckmann and Arthur Simon. Paulist Press, 997 Macarthur Boulevard, Mahwah, New Jersey, 07430. The catechism image comes to mind both because of the book’s Q and A approach and because its message is expressed in religious and moral terms. The authors declare, for example, that hunger is a scandal not only in the sense of moral outrage, but also because it causes despair and alienates people from God.
David Beckmann is president of Bread for the World and has served at the . In 1990 Simon received a presidential award for lifetime achievement.
David Beckmann is president of Bread for the World and has served at the World Bank on projects to reduce poverty. He founded and serves as president of the Alliance to End Hunger, helped found the ONE campaign with Bono, and appears regularly in mainstream and religious media. The author of several books on issues of hunger and poverty, Beckmann is a Lutheran minister and has a degree from the London School of Economics. Arthur Simon is the founder and president emeritus of Bread for the World, the nation's foremost citizens lobby on hunger. In 1990 Simon received a presidential award for lifetime achievement against hunger.
by David Beckmann and Arthur Simon
book by Arthur Simon. Every fifteen minutes a jumbo jet filled with children crashes, leaving no survivors. by David Beckmann and Arthur Simon. The insightful authors, both Lutheran ministers active with Bread for the World, start with a careful overview of the biblical teachings related to hunger and poverty and then examine the state of the hungry in the USA and throughout God's world.
Arthur Simon (born 1930 in Eugene, Oregon) is founder and president emeritus of Bread for the World, a citizens' lobby . Prior to that, he authored, with David Beckmann, Grace at the Table: Ending Hunger in God’s World
Arthur Simon (born 1930 in Eugene, Oregon) is founder and president emeritus of Bread for the World, a citizens' lobby on hunger, which he served for almost two decades. Simon is a graduate of Dana College in Blair, Nebraska, and Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He is an ordained Lutheran minister. His late brother was United States Senator Paul Simon (D-IL). Prior to that, he authored, with David Beckmann, Grace at the Table: Ending Hunger in God’s World. His previous books include Faces of Poverty and Harvesting Peace: The Arms Race and Human Need
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This primer on the causes and cures of hunger is written by Bread for the World's founding president Arthur Simon and current president David Beckmann. Never oversimplifying, the book shows how issues such as population, resources, economics, and human rights are interwoven in their impact on hunger. The book gives compelling biblical motivation for personal action and public policy--and explains practical strategies individuals can take to help effect worldwide change.
Using a question-and-answer format for clear reading, stories and examples for personalization, and graphics and sidebars for eye-appeal, this is an important book for all Christians. It's of special interest to Bread for the World members, social justice workers, parish social-action committees, grassroots activists, historians, political scientists, and anyone concerned with the poor.
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