Solidarity Ethics: Transformation in a Globalized World
—Rosemary R. Ruether
Claremont School of Theology
"Rebecca Todd Peters offers us a transformative faith, grounded in ways to eat, work, buy, live, and love each other so that we can move toward a just, peaceful, sustainable earth. It is a must-read for those who seek solidarity across lines of difference and know salvation must include the whole people of God and creation itself."
—Rita Nakashima Brock
Brite Divinity School
“An ethics of solidarity is our salvation from the globalization of the economy, which creates wealth for the very few at the cost of stomach-wrenching poverty for the many. This is why Rebecca Todd Peters' book must be read by all interested in theologically-based models that bring liberation to the least of these. In the hopelessness caused by neoliberalism, Peters helps us imagine what we can do to move closer toward an economically just global society.”
—Miguel A. De La Torre
Iliff School of Theology
"Authentic religions are born in a burst of moral energy, stoked by a passion for compassion and justice. If Christianity is sliding into irrelevance it is because fiery prophetic voices like that of Rebecca Todd Peters have not reached into the chilled hearts of those who without moral warranty call themselves Christians."
—Daniel C. Maguire
"Solidarity Ethics is a model of Christian feminist social ethics—relational, outward-reaching, global, justice-oriented, and spiritually illuminating."
Union Theological Seminary
“This morally challenging book by Rebecca Todd Peters should be read by all who are concerned about the gross economic disparities in today’s world and what they can do to change them. Solidarity Ethics not only provides a compelling treatise on ‘solidarity’ as a theological and ethical principle but sets forth strategies for how it can be embodied by individuals and communities both here at home and far away.”
Princeton Theological Seminary
"With meticulous scholarship about economics and Christian ethics offered in easily accessible language, Rebecca Todd Peters has crafted a tour de force account of solidarity ethics. This is a resource teeming with insights for U.S. Christian audiences willing to honestly grapple with what it means to build justice-oriented global relationships in the face of the many structural inequalities and entrenched forms of U.S. imperialism that divide us."
—Traci C. West
Revies in Choice
Review in The Ecumenical Review, World Council of Churches
Review on Political Theology Today