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Globalization and the Good

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160 Pages
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Globalization is the buzzword of the moment. But what exactly does it mean? Is globalization primarily a force for good or a force for evil? In this excellent volume deriving from events organized by the Capitalism Project at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, experienced businesspeople, academics, and theologians explore the contours of a Christian response to the rise of globalization.^Although the authors represent a variety of perspectives, all agree that ethical and economic concerns cannot and should not be separated. In bearing witness to the insights of biblical theology, the realities of the contemporary world, and the full spectrum of opinions about the issue of globalization, this book opens up fresh areas for reflection and makes a highly significant and stimulating contribution to the current debate about it.^Contributors: Timothy Gorringe^Brian Griffiths^David Held^Peter Heslam^Clive Mather^Cynthia Moe-Loebeda^Ann Pettifor^Michael Schluter^Michael Taylor^Jim Wallis^Michael Woolcock
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Globalization is the buzzword of the moment. But what exactly does it mean? Is globalization primarily a force for good or a force for evil? In this excellent volume deriving from events organized by the Capitalism Project at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, experienced businesspeople, academics, and theologians explore the contours of a Christian response to the rise of globalization.Although the authors represent a variety of perspectives, all agree that ethical and economic concerns cannot and should not be separated. In bearing witness to the insights of biblical theology, the realities of the contemporary world, and the full spectrum of opinions about the issue of globalization, this book opens up fresh areas for reflection and makes a highly significant and stimulating contribution to the current debate about it.Contributors: Timothy GorringeBrian GriffithsDavid HeldPeter HeslamClive MatherCynthia Moe-LoebedaAnn PettiforMichael SchluterMichael TaylorJim WallisMichael Woolcock
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Peter Heslam (Ed)

Peter Heslam is director of the Capitalism Project and lecturer in social and economic ethics at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and tutor at Ridley Hall, Cambridge.

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