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An Ethic of Hospitality
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Emily Jeptepkeny Choge is an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, Religion, and Theology at Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya. Her writing has appeared in many academic journals. She also has contributed to The Global Dictionary of Theology (2008) and Africa Bible Commentary (2006).

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"When people in Europe and North America consider the 'refugee problem' in 2020, they are likely to think about the recent influx of Africans into Europe or the caravans of refugees from Central America camped on America's doorstep. What they are less likely to think about is the back story of these migrations and the devastation and displacement in developing countries that has given rise to these desperate journeys. This is the story that Emily Choge tells in this important study."--William Dyrness, from the foreword "One would have expected that at the onset of the twenty-first century, virtues like care for the vulnerable would be commonplace. Unfortunately, more people are looking inwards, and nationalisms have been on the rise. Globally, more people are displaced today with refugees on every continent. Dr. Choge demonstrates how the church can lead the way in care for humanity out of a heart of charity and hospitality."--M. D. Kinoti, Professor of Leadership & Management, Regis University

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