Jim Wallis is a polarizing figure among evangelicals. Some think he and his Sojourners organization support liberal causes no matter their background. Personally, I find his books sometimes theologically irresponsible, but a badly-needed balance in a Church that too often has been an arm of the Republican Party.
This short book is more about African civil wars than cell phones. I liked it a lot regardless. It was very well-written and timely. We as Americans tend not to care where our luxuries come from, and this book was an eye-opener. I highly recommend it.
I know the title's misspelled, but dang if I'm going to redo all that typing.