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Taming the Beast on Amazon: Here

New Book: Developing Redemptive Change Agents

Summary

Martin Luther began a 16th century revolution by declaring “the priesthood of all believers,” which reshaped the understanding political responsibility. Now, in the 21st century, the term “redemptive change agent” offers a refreshing vision of Christian discipleship that can help societies experience the renewing potential and power of the gospel. Bob Osburn introduces the idea of the redemptive change agent, their attributes, and core practices including the processes by which they are developed, the strategies they employ, and the risks they face. Case studies of notable historical redemptive change agents, including William Wilberforce, Charles Colson, and James Yen, among others, bring the concept to life.

 

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Taming the Beast: Can We Bridle the Culture of Corruption?

Summary

A highly original book that combines humor, imaginative narratives, and fresh, newly-mined explorations of biblical teaching, Taming the Beast: Can We Bridle the Culture of Corruption? answers 12 questions that every social activist, anti-corruption campaigner, religious leader, businessman, and bureaucrat needs to know about conquering one of the great menaces of our time: the culture of corruption.  

Written with a global audience in mind, the book is designed to spark new conversations about corruption, whether in study groups, university classrooms, in public fora, in the media, business boardrooms, and the offices of government ministers.  Each of the 12 chapters ends with a chapter summary, short study guide, and endnotes.  A multi-page appendix offers the latest ideas for taming and tackling corruption. 

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Foreign Language Translations

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How to Order

Taming The Beast was published May 2016 and can be purchased on Amazon HERE. For the French edition, order HERE. If ordering 5 or more copies, send check to Wilberforce Press, 1473 Clarmar, Roseville MN 55113. Include email and phone. Price: $10 each (postage paid by Wilberforce Press).

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Creating the Better Hour

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Summary

A compelling, practical 349 page guide to redemptive change, based upon the example of William Wilberforce and his colleagues in the Clapham community edited by Chuck Stetson.

 

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To order, send check to Wilberforce International Institute, 1473 Clarmar, Roseville MN 55113 with book title and how many copies you are ordering. Include email and phone. Price: $10 each (postage paid by Wilberforce Press).  Regularly priced $24.95

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