Toward a Christian Economic Ethic: Stewardship and Social Power
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This book is a call to twentieth-century Christians to marshal a new kind of power, to move against special-interest organizations, to build counter-structures, and to effectively challenge the unjust social structures that are the very root of the United States economy.
This book presents an overview of the history of economic ethics in the Judeo-Christian tradition, offers a straightforward explanation and critique of modern economic theory, relates social justice to economic efficiency, applies the Christian economic ethic to contemporary problems, and demonstrates how we can actually empower this ethic in our society.
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Pemberton, Prentiss L., and Daniel K. Finn. Toward a Christian Economic Ethic: Stewardship and Social Power. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Winston Press, 1985.