A unique 12-week Bible study with a format all Christians will enjoy


Politicians and the media divided people along economic, racial and religious lines. Jesus unites all nations and peoples regardless of race, nation or economic status

Author Charles Rushing provides Christians with an understandable interpretation of Scripture in God’s Redneck Social Justice Warrior: A Bible Study in Amos ($14.49, paperback, 9781662854385; $6.99, ebook, 9781662854392).

Rushing’s book of scripture is written in a special way to be easily understood by Bible readers interested in the meaning, context, and modern application of difficult-to-understand scripture. Rushing presents a study of the life and times of the prophet Amos; a study that will be reflected in the modern world, the nation and especially the Christian faith today. As the author points out to readers, Amos confronts racial hatred, slavery, wealth inequality, political corruption, judicial injustice, and social prejudice. The book reveals how Amos prescribes God’s healing or proclaims judgment on corrupt social ills. Each chapter is presented in a format that adds up to an easy-to-follow and enjoyable 12-week Bible study that includes refreshing illustrations of real-world words that are sure to be appreciated by the average church Bible reader. .

When asked what inspired him to write this book, Rushing said, “Politicians and the media divided people by economic, racial and religious. Jesus unites all nations and people regardless of race, nation or economic status,” Rushing said.

Charles Rushing holds secular degrees and certifications from Eastfield College, Texas A&M University, New Mexico State University and the University of Ottawa. He escaped from graduate school as an atheist research biologist. After discovering Jesus Christ, he entered Denver Seminary to learn Bible languages ​​and was ordained in the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He entered the seminary believing he had a future in academia. Instead, Rushing and his wife, Diana, spent 40 years as church planting missionaries. Charles retired in 2015 when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease while serving as an international church pastor and director of Xining International Academy in Qinghai Province, China. He is also a professional wildlife photographer with photos published in textbooks and magazine articles.


Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. God’s Redneck Social Justice Warrior: A Bible Study in Amos is available online at xulonpress. com/bookstore, amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.

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