Released in the UK May 2023
Released in the US May 2023
Large trade paperback | 232 Pages
9781527109766 • £11.99 $15.99
BISAC – REL012110
In our modern world the gospel of Jesus is seen by many less as good news for all humanity, and more as the bigoted edicts of a bygone era. Benjamin Chang explores the stories of the revolution, tracing the trajectories of four of the biggest social justice movements – feminism, racial justice, gay pride and the trans movement – before looking at the ways Christians usually engage with these arenas of cultural conflict (mirror, argue, ignore) and identifying a better way forward.
Ben Chang is a speaker and writer, as well as working full–time in the health sector. He speaks regularly at conferences, universities and churches on a range of issues including medical ethics, mental health, identity politics and cultural engagement. He blogs at www.benchangblog.com.
… challenging, succinct, insightful and practical – a vital resource in equipping Christians to think differently about engaging in contemporary cultures.
Head of Undergraduate Studies, Moorlands College, Sopley, UK
… will greatly help us fulfil the Great Commission to our generation.
Author and Founder of Christianity Explored Ministries
A must–read for any Christian who not only wants to better understand the issues but also wants to know how to respond in a constructive and Christ–like manner.
Lead Pastor, Grace Community Church, Bedford, UK and Author, ‘So Loved: 26 Words That Can Change Your Life’
Ben carefully upacks the origins and evolution of the social justice movements and how they are shaping the cultural landscape in the global west. He looks at how Christians are responding. But, more importantly, he points to how we might tell a better story of redemption and liberation.
Former Chair, British Youth for Christ