This book, "Globalization: Through the Eyes of Suffering Children" surveys various harmful effects of globalized businesses on children. It reviews ancient/biblical-era subjugation of children due to kingdom ventures and it highlights children's present-day sufferings due to globalized businesses. T. L. Denson, the author, seeks to identify religion and culture as the "unfinished aspect" of the 21st Century globalizational processes, thus causing diverse harm to children in North America. In this book, the author surveys and compares various Christocentric religious approaches and seeks to advocate for collaboration for the sake of realizing children's safety and achievement. T. L. Denson seeks to add to the ocean of advocacy for children via culture and religion.
|Pastor Troy L Denson
T. L. Denson's background consists of faculty, pastorship, and classroom teacher in predominantly African American and low-SES charter and independent schools. Most of his writings pertain to "Society, Culture & Religion". T. L. Denson's initial passion in authorship pertains to the diverse causation of educational disparities among North American Urban children. Denson is presently engaged in research, which should culminate in an Ed.D. in Transformational Leadership. He also holds a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision, a M.Div. in Religion, a M.T.S., and a B.Min.