Examining the Economic Crisis as a Crisis of Values

Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 65 (2):154-166 (2011)
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As Christians, we are called to think about the fundamental values that shape and guide our economic behavior and the economic structures of our society. This article focuses on the ways in which the problem of predatory lending, or usury, allows us to examine our most basic Christian values and principles and think about how they might serve as a moral foundation for reshaping our economic structures and transactions

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