5 edition of Christian capitalism found in the catalog.
Arthur F. Hallam
|Statement||by Arthur F. Hallam.|
|LC Classifications||BS670 .H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||80028247|
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The objective of the book is to indicate that capitalism can only succeed within a free economy - A free economy in the strict sense of the term is one in which the government fulfills its core role of enforcing laws against things like theft, fraud, violence, and toxic-waste dumping, and refuses to get involved in picking winners and losers in the marketplace.5/5(2).
Capitalism and Christianity integrates moral arguments with economic analysis to challenge prevailing thought in contemporary Christian social ethics. By incorporating key insights of liberalism while providing constructive criticism of that perspective, it creatively addresses both personal development and the common by: 4.
The only real complaint I have about this book is that it never actually answers the question in the title "Is Capitalism Christian?". None of the authors ever gets around to doing what should have been done to start--exegeting the numerous passages in the Bible that touch on the various elements of economics (and there are quite a few)/5(3).
Just Capitalism is a Christian moral defense of economic globalization as a system that is well-suited to provide the necessary material needs that are prerequisite for human community and flourishing. Global-based market exchange offers the development and distribution of the goods of creation for humans to enjoy and share/5(8).
An absorbing and original narrative history of American capitalism NAMED A BEST BOOK OF BY THE ECONOMIST From the days of the Mayflower and the Virginia Company, America has been a place for people to dream, invent, build, tinker, and bet the farm in pursuit of a better life/5().
Christian theology, Stark asserts, is the very font of reason: While the world's other Christian capitalism book belief systems emphasized mystery, obedience, or introspection, Christianity alone embraced logic and reason as Christian capitalism book path toward enlightenment, freedom, and : Random House.
That’s especially true if they are of Jewish or Christian faith. Yes, some of the book is dated. But its insights into socialism and capitalism are as powerful as they were 37 years ago.
“Kathryn Tanner is a distinguished Christian theologian of the highest order whose prophetic critique of financial capitalism is powerful and persuasive. She moves through Max Weber’s classic book, then subtly turns his work on its head with a great relevance to our present moment.”—Cornel West.
For good or ill, the capitalism we have is the capitalism we have chosen, says Kenneth Barnes. Capitalism works, and the challenge before us is not to change its structure but to address the moral vacuum at the core of its current Redeeming Capitalism Barnes explores the history and workings of this sometimes-brutal economic system.
Just Capitalism is a Christian moral defense of economic globalization as a system that is well-suited to provide the necessary material needs that are prerequisite for human community and flourishing.
Global-based market exchange offers the development and distribution of the goods of creation for humans to enjoy and share.
Globalization also offers "the most realistic and. Institute for Faith, Work & Economics is pleased to announce the launch of our latest book, Counting the Cost: Christian Perspectives on Capitalism (Abilene Christian University Press).
Co-edited by IFWE’s Art Lindsley and Anne Bradley, Counting the Cost tackles moral concerns many Christians have about capitalism and features essays from 12 notable Christian.
The great virtue of capitalism as its being the only economic system consistent with the Christian imperative to "love one another." The key attributes of capitalism as liberty, trust, egalitarianism, justice, and hope - the very values embodied in Christianity.
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Religion and the Rise of Capitalism, R.H. Tawney. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, Max Weber Both are classics in the literature of economic social science. Tawney was born in in Calcutta (now Kolkata) and in was buried at Highgate Cemetery, North London, today a de facto nature reserve.
He wore many hats /5(25). David Bentley Hart argues that capitalism can’t be reconciled with the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Christ condemned not just greed for riches, but their very possession, and Jesus’s first followers were voluntary communists. At this advanced stage in the history of capitalism, is a more truly Christian form of life still a possibility.
The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism is a book by philosopher Michael Novak, in which Novak aims to understand and analyze the theological assumptions of democratic capitalism, its spirit, it values, and its defines democratic capitalism as a pluralistic social system that contrasts with the unitary state of the traditional society and the modern socialist.
Barnes’s combined background in business and theology is particularly helpful in the last section of the book, as he seeks practical solutions to the problems presented by postmodern capitalism. Classroom Complete Press: Capitalism vs. Communism, in the World Governments Series, is a high-interest, low-vocabulary workbook that's based on Bloom's Taxonomy.
Student handouts cover the rise of capitalism in the late 19th century, and following the Great Depression, Industrial Revolution, Communism in the 21st century, and more. Reading passages for each. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Patrick Deneen’s book Why Liberalism Failed should have remained an obscure academic publication discussed on web sites such as Public Discourse. But Christianity Today and The Gospel Coalition published favorable reviews. Now second hand dealers in ideas, especially preachers, will read it and its fallacies will show up on in the sermons and Facebook pages of .