Jesus Rode a Donkey

Jesus Rode a Donkey

by Linda Seger

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If Jesus were alive today, would he: feed the poor - or give tax breaks to the super rich? Comfort the old and infirm - or cut Social Security? Build bridges that unite - or build walls that divide? Make peace - or make war? In this ground breaking book, noted author and theologian Linda Seger, Th.D., explores what it means to be a Christian and a Democrat - and shows how the two are not mutually exclusive but rather inclusive. She reveals the close relationship between Democratic policy and Jesus' teachings and the many ways in which the values Jesus espouses in the Bible correspond to the values Democrats call their own. The idea that America's real Christians vote strictly Republican crumbles when one studies the platforms of both parties. Jesus Rode a Donkey reminds the reader that Jesus and the prophets had a radical, progressive message that calls individuals and nations to feed the hungry, help the poor, heal the sick, care for the earth, free the oppressed, and love our enemies. The book won the Silver Medal Christian Living Illumination Book Award given for exemplary Christian writing.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158160349
Publisher: Clovercroft Publishing
Publication date: 06/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 302
Sales rank: 274,732
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Linda Seger, is uniquely qualified to write this book - a theologian, author, and speaker with three M.A. degrees, two in Theology, and a Th.D. in Theology and Drama. She is the author of 13 books and has been a speaker and seminar leader in over 30 countries. Linda is also one the world's foremost script consultants. In her spiritual books, she explores the relationship of spirituality and our value systems which inform how we vote, how we do our jobs, and how we live our lives. She comes from a long line of Lutherans who were theologians, ministers, and missionaries. She worked during Seminary at a United Church of Christ, and has had close relationships with denominations ranging from Baptist to Catholic. She's been a Quaker since 1970 and is a member of the Colorado Springs Friends Meeting. She is married and lives in the Rocky Mountains near Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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