Christian Socialism was created at the initiative of a number of ministers, including Tommy Fallot. The aim was to confront Christian faith with the concrete realities of the social environment. In particular, this involves developing an active and ecumenical solidarity with the disadvantaged. The movement founded a journal, Christian Socialism, that then published articles by Elie Gounelle, Wilfred Monod or Charles Gide and many people concerned about social problems.
Article : Social Christianity