Thursday, 2 June 2005

Hunger and Poverty

Reading Jim Wallis' God's Politics, reminds me again and again that it's OK to state the obvious, as Reverend Wallis is unafraid to do:

Wallis reminds us that hunger and poverty and economic injustice are moral issues, and hiding behind an ideological devotion to the free market system does not exonerate us from our responsibility to act to right the wrongs in this world.

I've added a link to a domestic group working toward "making poverty history" on my sidebar. You may want to check out their partners page, or the affiliated group in the UK or elsewhere.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Check out Acton Institute to see the other side or rest of the story!