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Food: A Call to Kingdom Restoration

Food is a physiological, basic human need. Yet more than that, it is bio-psycho-social-spiritual as a necessity for human life. In his book, Food & Faith: A Theology of Eating, Norman Wirzba (2011) states: “Food is about the relationships that join us to the earth, fellow creatures, loved ones a...
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Being a Christian in Social Work in an Interfaith Ministry

In a recent blog entry posted to NACSW’s Shared Grace entitled “Who Is My Neighbor?”, long-standing member Julia Pizzuto-Pomaco exhorted NACSW members and friends to take time to engage in conversations and build friendships with people from different faith traditions. She suggested that doing so “w...
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Continuing a Conversation about Gender Identity, Ideology, and Social Work Practice

<Editor's Note: In the Spring and Summer, 2017 double issue of Social Work & Christianity (SWC) , a special issue focused on Christianity and Social Work Practice with LGBTQ clients, Paul Adams wrote an article entitled, "Gender Ideology and the Truth of Marriage: A Catholic Perspective o...
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