To Love Our Neighbors: Radical Practices in Solidarity, Sufficiency, and Sustainability


Pages: 248

Binding: Softcover

To Love Our Neighbors: Radical Practices in Solidarity, Sufficiency, and Sustainability

By: Joe Blosser
  • $32.00


We may live in close proximity to others, yet true neighborly connection eludes us. Our communities face extreme segregation by wealth, race, ability, and more. How can we reclaim the meaning of “neighbor” and resuscitate the radical power of Jesus’ command to love our neighbor? In this book, Joe Blosser, Executive Director of the Center for Community Engagement, offers new practices of neighbor love to help Christians support just and loving communities. He guides us to live in solidarity with others across differences, exercise sufficiency in our economic lives, and care for the sustainability of our planet and communities. When we align the impacts of our lives with these practices, we foster the shared sense of common good, mutual responsibility, and interconnectedness that Jesus intended. In a world where “neighbor” has become as meaningless as “friend” on Facebook, this book provides a compelling vision for neighboring and radical systemic change that enacts true justice and love.     

Rev. Dr. Joe Blosser is Chief Impact Officer at Earl and Kathryn Congdon Family Foundation and Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy at High Point University. He received his Ph.D. in Religious Ethics from the University of Chicago, M.Div. at Vanderbilt University, and his B.S. in Religion and Economics at Texas Christian University. An ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), he is also the recipient of numerous awards for community engagement. Blosser’s academic work specializes in the ethical implications of economic theory and Christian theology for community transformation.

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