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Title The Oxford handbook of Christianity and economics / edited by Paul Oslington
Published New York : Oxford University Press, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (657 pages)
Contents Part I. Historical relationships between economics and Christian theology -- part II. Contemporary theological economics -- part III. Christianity, capitalism, and development -- part IV. Economic analysis of religion -- part V. Interdisciplinary exchanges
Summary The new interdisciplinary field of Christianity and economics deals with the important and difficult questions that cluster at the boundary of these disciplines, drawing on contemporary theory and empirical findings in both fields, with roots in older discourses. This volume surveys the field and advances the discussion. It deploys historical, economic, and theological analysis to search for answers
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Economics -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Form Electronic book
Author Oslington, Paul.
ISBN 0199389535 (e-book)
0199983348 (e-book)
1306426553 (ebk)
9780199389537 (e-book)
9780199983346 (e-book)
9781306426558 (ebk)
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