* An outstanding survey highlighting 2,000 years of Christian views on economic justice. From biblical times and the early church to the Protestant Reformation and 21st-century congregrations, Finn develops a contemporary ethics of economics based on Catholic and Protestant social thought. His comprehensive compendium is a solid introduction to this important topic. 420 pages, softcover from Fortress.
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