Render unto God : economic vulnerability, family violence, and pastoral theology / James Newton Poling ; with contributions by Brenda Consuelo Ruiz and Linda Crockett.

By: Poling, James N. (James Newton), 1942-
Contributor(s): Ruiz, Brenda Consuelo | Crockett, Linda
Material type: TextTextPublisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Chalice Press, c2002Description: ix, 286 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0827232500 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Church work with the poor | Poverty -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Church work with dysfunctional families | Family violence -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Capitalism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Family violence -- Economic aspectsLOC classification: BV639.P6 | P57 2002
Contents:
Principles of Pastoral care -- Economics, violence, and care -- Pastoral Counseling of Domestic Violence Victims in Nicaragua -- A story of healing and liberation -- Pastoral care and vulnerability -- Economic analysis -- The connection between the unjust distribution of wealth and vulnerability -- Theories of capitalism and the distribution of wealth -- A Christian critique of market capitalism -- Resistance to capitalism -- Resistance to capitalism in Nicaragua -- African American resistance to capitalism in the United States -- Women's resistance to capitalism in the United States -- Theological reflection -- Mark's critique of oppressive political economies -- Mark's alternative economic vision -- A church empowered by the holy spirit-- Transforming pastoral care -- Pastoral care with personals who are vulnerable -- The spirituality of practicing goodness.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-279) and index.

Principles of Pastoral care -- Economics, violence, and care -- Pastoral Counseling of Domestic Violence Victims in Nicaragua -- A story of healing and liberation -- Pastoral care and vulnerability -- Economic analysis -- The connection between the unjust distribution of wealth and vulnerability -- Theories of capitalism and the distribution of wealth -- A Christian critique of market capitalism -- Resistance to capitalism -- Resistance to capitalism in Nicaragua -- African American resistance to capitalism in the United States -- Women's resistance to capitalism in the United States -- Theological reflection -- Mark's critique of oppressive political economies -- Mark's alternative economic vision -- A church empowered by the holy spirit-- Transforming pastoral care -- Pastoral care with personals who are vulnerable -- The spirituality of practicing goodness.

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