Do Justice: Linking Christian Faith and Modern Economic Life

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Pilgrim Press, The/United Church Press, 1992 - Religion - 194 pages
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For individuals as well as lay study groups, this resource presents a much-needed blend of theology and economics for all Christians interested in responding practically, compassionately, and justly to difficult economic realities.

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Contents

Economic Life in Gods Household
7
What Does the Bible Say About Economics?
15
Human Suffering in Todays Household
27
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Rebecca M. Blank is former Robert Kerr Senior Fellow at the Rebecca M. Blank is former Robert Kerr Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and former Dean of the Ford School of Brookings Institution and former Dean of the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Most recently, Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Most recently, she coedited "Insufficient Funds: Savings, Asset, Credit andshe coedited "Insufficient Funds: Savings, Asset, Credit and Banking Among Low-Income Households" and "Working and Poor: Banking Among Low-Income Households" and "Working and Poor: How Economic and Policy Changes are Affecting Low-Wage Work How Economic and Policy Changes are Affecting Low-Wage Workers." She is also the author of "It Takes a Nation: A New Agers." She is also the author of "It Takes a Nation: A New Agenda for Fighting Poverty, "among other books. enda for Fighting Poverty, "among other books.

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