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This is undoubtedly one of the best books of its size you can buy.
Though it is aimed primarily at Christians, anyone who is dissatisfied with current practices of consumption or economic justice will profit from reading it.
There is much more to this book - but I'll leave you to find out for yourself.
This is an invaluable little book, and as compact as it it, it truly offers a Christian vision of the very real and viable solutions to many of the world's economic woes! Read morePublished 7 months ago by thesternhagen
The book skirts around some of the key issues of being a consumer, and it adopts a naive view of how a person can change his own consumption. Read morePublished 12 months ago by R. Power
This book is great. It is about 100 pages of theological critics of freedom (in the general sense), free market economics, theological views of freedom as it relates to the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by seth352
The book is partly too academic, at least for a non-native English speaker. Plenty of thought on a Christian lifestyle makes it worth reading anyway.Published 14 months ago by Jan Korpegård
the bookk was required for a course I was auditing. Found it a great read and was disappointed at the re-sale price you offered. ASo gave it away when finished.Published 17 months ago by Peg Fennig
For years I worked for larger churches seeking to appeal to a wider audience of people, however, as I stepped into pastoral ministry I began to see how the entrenched mindset of a... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brian Ricke
There is much to commend in this book. However, I would encourage readers to take a closer look at the simplistic view of trade and globalization that is included. Read morePublished on June 21, 2010 by P M
Can we live different lives, socially and economically as Christians. Cavanaugh say we can - and really we must.
This is a great, small book. Read more
As Fritz Eichenburg, an illustrator for Dorothy Day's Catholic Worker, once said, "...once you discover you are afflicted with a conscious... Read morePublished on April 6, 2009 by J. Hanna