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Eerdmans Ekklesia: The Fear of Beggars

Paperback|May 2007
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^ Why, asks Kelly Johnson, does Christian ethics so rarely tackle the real-life question of whether to give to beggars? Examining both classical economics and Christian stewardship ethics as reactions to medieval debates about the role of mendicants in the...


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^ Why, asks Kelly Johnson, does Christian ethics so rarely tackle the real-life question of whether to give to beggars? Examining both classical economics and Christian stewardship ethics as reactions to medieval debates about the role of mendicants in the church and in wider society, Johnson reveals modern anxiety about dependence and humility as well as the importance of Christian attempts to rethink property relations in ways that integrate those qualities. She studies the rhetoric and thought of Christian thinkers, beggar saints, and economists from throughout history, placing greatest emphasis on the life and work of Peter Maurin, a cofounder of the Catholic Worker movement. Challenging and thought-provoking, The Fear of Beggars will move Christian economic ethics into a richer, more involved discussion.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 259429
  • Product Code 9780802803788
  • ISBN 0802803784
  • EAN 9780802803788
  • Pages 246
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Social Issues
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date May 2007
  • Sales Rank 61236
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 15mm
  • Weight 0.368kg

Kelly S Johnson

Kelly S. Johnson is assistant professor of religious studies, University of Dayton, Ohio. She is an active member of the Ekklesia Project. This is her first book.