Hunger and poverty are the result of our sinful selfishness that subverts values and warps distribution systems. In six short, easily-read chapters, Jung provokes worthy discussion about marketing pressures that produce cheap food for some at huge expense to others, inappropriate diets that lead to cultural obesity, and twisted ethics that put “me” before “we.” Great for study groups. (Augsburg Fortress)
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