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Faithful Economics : the Moral Worlds of a Neutral Science.

Author: James W Henderson; John L Pisciotta
Publisher: Waco : Baylor University Press, 2006.
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Economics is a value laden enterprise-and this despite the oft repeated claims of neutrality, objectivity, and the absence of bias. This volume explores the relationship between Christianity and economics, arguing that the two can and should be integrated. While no single Christian perspective drives the book, the authors do share in common a belief that scholarship shaped by Christian commitments is entirely  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James W Henderson; John L Pisciotta
ISBN: 9781433709159 1433709155
OCLC Number: 437176671
Description: 1 online resource (165 pages)
Contents: Cover; Preface; Introduction: The Christian Perspective and Economic Scholarship; Chapter 1: Faith-Informed Scholarship; Chapter 2: The Christian Economist as a Mainstream Scholar; Chapter 3: Market Behavior and Christian Behavior; Chapter 4: The Economics of Racial Equality and Justice; Chapter 5: A Philosophy of Economics; Chapter 6: The Theology of Economics; Chapter 7: The Economic Ethics of Jesus; Conclusion: Christianity and Economics: Connections and Continued Progress; Bibliography; List of Contributors.

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Economics is a value laden enterprise-and this despite the oft repeated claims of neutrality, objectivity, and the absence of bias. This volume explores the relationship between Christianity and economics, arguing that the two can and should be integrated. While no single Christian perspective drives the book, the authors do share in common a belief that scholarship shaped by Christian commitments is entirely appropriate and should be an integral part of the professional life of Christian economist. In particular, this volume demonstrates how Christianity shapes the worldview an economist brin.

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