Originally published in 1981, Who Cares? Christianity and Modern Problems explores a wide range of social problems and how they relate to Christianity.
The book covers a variety of topics, including family, poverty, money, race, work, war, leisure, government, sex and marriage, and religion. In each case, it draws connections to Christian teaching and reflects the facts and attitudes of the time in which it was written. Adopting a flexible approach to study, the chapters and subjects discussed can be read in any order. The book is also equipped with a selection of exam questions set by various examining boards at the time of original publication.
Who Cares? Christianity and Modern Problems will appeal to those with an interest in social history, religious history, and education.