Addressing the economic and social structures of our globalized context peters shows how a concrete ethics rooted in the christian tradition of justice and transformation is deeply informed by solidarity and relationality. Peters rebecca todd solidarity ethics transformation in a globalized world minneapolis mn fortress press 2014 if first world christians with privilege want to be in solidarity with people in the global south and with people who suffer from poverty in their own countries they must rise to the nigerian lawyers call to confront . Solidarity ethics transformation in a globalized world paperback ebook by rebecca todd peters author rebecca todd peters argues for an ethic of solidarity as a new model for how people of faith in the first world can live with integrity in the midst of global injustice and shape a more just future. Rebecca todd peters previews her new book solidarity ethics transformation in a globalized world fortress press 2014 living as a first world citizen in a globalizing world presents a great moral challenge many people are aware that the wealthiest 20 percent of the worlds population consume 766 percent of the worlds resources while the worlds poorest 20 percent are left with 1 . Solidarity ethics transformation in a globalized world trying to figure out what solidarity with the two thirds world looks like is a difficult topic for people who live in the first world one reason for this is that they undoubtedly benefit from the current model of economic globalization that dominates our world most middle class
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