What Are You Doing About It?

What Are You Doing About It?

The Memoir of a Marginal Activist

David W. Gill


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In his memoir, What Are You Doing About It?, ethicist and activist David W. Gill takes readers on an exciting inside tour of the academic, cultural, religious, and political landscape in which he has lived and worked for the past several decades. From Berkeley to Bordeaux, Chicago to Boston . . . from the business trenches and the local church to the seminary and the graduate school of business . . . from marching in the streets to the writer's study . . . from entrepreneurial leadership to institutional challenge . . . Gill never wavered in his mission to promote the ethical insights and values of Jesus and Scripture in the workplace as much as the churchplace. This is a story to inspire a new generation of thoughtful activists.


David W. Gill:
David W. Gill is an Oakland, California, writer. He studied at UC Berkeley, San Francisco State, and the University of Southern California. He served forty years as professor of ethics at New College Berkeley, North Park University, St. Mary’s College, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has authored ten books, including Workplace Discipleship 101: A Primer (2020) and this memoir. He is founding president of the International Jacques Ellul Society (www.ellul.org).