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Volume 15 Number 1

 

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Theme: Economics
Contents:

You may read the editorial and one article by following links.

Editorial Gordon Zerbe
The pastor must not flee: Speaking to economic justice

J. Nelson Kraybill

Companionship on Seattle streets: From transaction to mutuality in ministry

Jonathan and Melanie Neufeld

God has sent the rich away empty

Mary H. Schertz

Are the poor really blessed? Jamie Arpin-Ricci

Rotting riches: Economics in the letter of James

Alicia J. Batten
Full stomach, faulty memory: A sermon on Deuteronomy 8:6-18; 15:1-11 Dori Zerbe Cornelson

Revelation's expose of two cities: Imperial Rome's reign of greed vs. New Jerusalem's reign of justice

Gordon Zerbe

On the dangers of greed and excess: MEnnonites in the Dutch Golden Age

Karl Koop

Business as venue for Christian ministry: Lessons from Mennonite Economic Development Associates

Wally Kroeker

Pentecost, jubilee, and nation building

Kim Tan

Book review: Fighting Poverty through Enterprise: The Case for Social Venture Capital, by Brian Griffiths and Kim Tan

Henry Rempel

Review article:
Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire,
by WIlliam T. Cavanaugh
The Economy of Desire: Christianity and Capitalism in a Post-Modern World, by Daniel M. Bell Jr.
Gordon Matties
Economics and money: Print and electronic resources for the church Arlyn Friesen Epp

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