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“Joerg Rieger tackles difficult, contemporary issues related to race, class, gender, and sexuality. He skillfully relates them to Wesleyan perspectives on sin, grace, salvation, and the role of the church.” -Josiah U. Young III, Wesley Theological Seminary on “No Religion But Social Religion”

“Engaged theology at its best: passionate, articulate, and informed by deep knowledge of tradition and awareness of the pressing realities of contemporary political and personal life.” -Roger S. Gottlieb on “Occupy Religion”  

“This book is an invitation for us to listen, with God, to the cries of those who labor.” —Shane Claiborne, Author and Activist on Unified We Are a Force

“We are all trade unionists now. We are all civil rights activists now. … Unified We Are a Force is the handbook for all of us who work and are people of faith or goodwill, who believe in a moral universe, to join hands and march together.” —Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, Author of Forward Together, on Unified We Are a Force

“Joerg Rieger uses the occasion of the present financial crisis to remind us once again that the religion that controls most human history at present is devoted to the market rather than to the father of Jesus Christ. He shows how far we who call ourselves Christians have been sucked into the orbit of worship of this God. May his call to repentance be widely heard.” –John B. Cobb Jr., Professor Emeritus of Theology, Claremont School of Theology, on No Rising Tide: Theology, Economics, and the Future