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William Cavanaugh, in his Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire, argues that human desire has been lost, in the West, to a consumerism dominated by marketing and branding,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Betty Johnson
this book was the basis of a 3 week discussion group. My kindle copy however had quite a few errors in it which actually made it more homelyPublished 11 months ago by Rosemary
Fantastic read. A must read. Lucidly written, excellently argued. Balanced, gracious thinking. You may get depressed reading it, but Cavanaugh leaves you with hope.Published 11 months ago by Joseph M. Lear JR
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 21 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 on August 29, 2013 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 on July 30, 2013 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 on July 13, 2013 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 on April 20, 2013 by Peg Fennig