Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Cranford Pratt and Roger Hutchinson.|
|Contributions||Pratt, Cranford., Hutchinson, Roger, 1935-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 194 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||194|
His teaching and research interests are focused on the intersection between international economics and faith-based business. He is also the editor of Economic Justice in a Flat World: Christian Perspectives on Globalization/5(2). A prophetic voice to address what the Christian faith has neglected as it sought out modern day golden calves of prosperity, wealth and power in our capitalist world. This book is exactly what it is - a tool kit for us to understand why and how we can participate in God's work of justice 5/5(1). Christian Faith and Social Justice makes sense of the disagreements among Christians over the meaning of justice by bringing together five highly regarded Christian philosophers to introduce and defend rival perspectives on social justice in the Christian tradition. The positions advocated and critiqued are: libertarianism, political liberalism, liberation theology, feminism, and virtue /5(5). Church Relations, Gustavus Adolphus College Questions: “Christian Faith and Economic Justice: Biblical Themes, Current Realities, and Ethical Choices” Mondays – p.m. Febru 24, March 3, 10, 17 (snow day March 24) Both as individuals and as a nation, we face a range of economic challenges.
"This balanced and well-written book not only explains Christian teaching and economic theory, but relates them to the important economic issues of the day and the challenges they present to living out the Christian faith. The book covers a wide range of contemporary issues of importance to Christians and the wider public/5(18). Shortly before the General Synod, denominational staff combined elements of the two proposals. The compromise went to the General Synod of where, after limited discussion and amendment, it was adopted, with the title "A Pronouncement on Christian Faith: Economic Life and Justice.". Faith & Economics. Faith & Economics is a peer-reviewed academic economics journal published twice a year, in the spring and fall. Articles are indexed by the Journal of Economic Literature, and are available in EconLit, and the American Theological Libraries Association Religion Database (ATLA), it contains academic articles, surveys. Economic Justice for All. Chapter I: The Church and the Future of the U.S. Economy / 1. A. The U.S Economy Today: Memory and Hope / 2. B. Urgent Problems of Today / 3. C. The Need for Moral Vision / 5. Chapter II: The Christian Vision of Economic Life / 8. A. Biblical Perspectives / 8. B. Ethical Norms for Economic Life / 15File Size: KB.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, p. ; 23 cm. Responsibility: edited by Cranford Pratt and Roger Hutchinson. About Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views. The Judeo-Christian tradition testifies to a God that cries out, demanding that justice "roll down like waters, righteousness like an ever-flowing stream" (Amos ). Christians agree that being advocates for justice is critical to the Christian witness. Do justice: linking Christian faith and modern economic life. do we seek? marks of a just economy --Understanding our market economy --The United States and the global economy --Christian life in a world of economic choices --The economic life of the church linking Christian faith and modern economic life\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0. This is the basic premise behind Bloomsbury's new offering Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views edited by Vic McCracken. This book is intended to serve as an introduction to and conversation between five distinctively Christian approaches to social justice/5.