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Some Christians want to bring 'social action' right to the centre of Christian activity, so much so that anyone who suggests that evangelism may be a higher or more central priority risks being labelled heartless.
Others see any push for Christian social involvement as a worrying attempt to water down the priority of evangelism.
The Bible makes a strong case for both: we ought to be involved in our communities, and offer physical and material help to those around us who are in need, but there is also the centrality of preaching the gospel. How
do these two strands of the Bible's teaching relate together?