Much of the tension in our world arises from competing systems of thought. These ideologies have a way of pitting one group of people against another, one nation against another nation.
In nine short chapters, the author offers valuable insights on this problem. He identifies key points of the major ideologies of our time--capitalism, Marxism, apartheid, and national security states.
Then he shows how the Christian can learn from ideology. He draws key insights from the Scriptures for dealing with it. "Faith judges all ideologies," he says.
The author is a former missionary to Ethiopia, professor of mission and world religion at Eastern Mennonite College, and author of numerous articles. He illustrates key points from his experience.
Explore with him how to rise above ideology to be a world citizen. Discover in his clear, concise writing food for thought and handles for action.