Justo L. González, a retired member of the Río Grande Conference of the United Methodist Church, went to college and seminary in Cuba before receiving postgraduate degrees from Yale University. He taught at the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico and Candler School of Theology in Atlanta. He played a key part in the founding of the Asociación para la Educación Teológica Hispana and of the Hispanic Summer Program. He was also the first executive director of the Hispanic Theological Initiative. Justo has published more than one hundred books, as well as hundreds of articles, and edited the journal Apuntes for twenty years.
Justo L. Gonzalez currently resides in Decatur, in the state of Georgia.
Justo L. Gonzalez has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Faith and Wealth: A History of Early Christian Ideas on the Origin, Significance, and Use of Money?
Another González Masterpiece Nov 6, 2007
Justo González is perhaps the preeminent church historian alive and his treatment of faith and wealth is not so much a thesis as a history through a finance lens.
The Convergence of Competence and Passion Aug 4, 2004
When an author and historian as prolific and accomplished as Gonzalez turns his attention to the historical theology of a doctrine he is particularly passionate about, the result is a remarkable work. Faith and wealth proceeds systematically and insightfully through the reflections of all the major document of early Christianity on the topics of wealth and the poor. He frames this discussion with a helpful discussion of Greek and Roman thought and some of his own reflections. The text is rigorous and readable - by far the best on the topic of several I surveyed.