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Biblical Economics encourages preachers, teachers, and all who advocate greater social justice to challenge today's prevailing economic ideology that promotes greed and consumerism over the common good. This book views today's national and global economic issues through the lens of biblical faith to argue that biblical values are the foundation of a just, global economy. Although Jesus spoke at great lengths about money and possessions, relatively few congregations engage in a dialogue on the crucial public policies that impact our shared global future. Biblical Economics attempts to change this. By confronting several economic myths with the economic realities and values inherent to the Judeo-Christian faith, this timely work presents a common ground between our market-based economy and biblical-based policies and addresses various unmet human needs and social priorities. To download the correction for end note page 68, please click here.
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Studio: University Press of America
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.86" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.23" Weight: 0.33 lbs.
Release Date May 28, 2006
Publisher University Press of America
ISBN 0761834443 ISBN13 9780761834441
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More About Robert L. White
Robert L. White is an ordained minister in the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches and is currently a hospital chaplain in Florida. He received his Master's in Economics from the University of Arizona and his Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary. He has 16 years of experience as a pastor and eight years of experience as an economist.