Religion, Economics and Social Thought

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Never in the annals of Canadian religious circles have theologians and scholars representing so many viewpoints on the political-economic spectrum had their views on the important moral and philosophical questions of the day published in one book. The major focus of the book is an analysis of the views of three great religious traditions (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam) as they pertain to economics, socialism and capitalism.

This volume is "must" reading for theologians, seminary students, the clergy, lay persons, ethicists, economists, social scientists and all others interested in the religious perspective on economic issues.

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