The Market Economy and Christian Ethics, by Peter H. Sedgwick

Peter Sedgwick has provided a fine service in reviewing a vast number of sources related to economic life today, though the title of his book should have been Consumption, Work and Human Identity: A Treatise in Christian Anthropology. Readers misled by the present title into expecting to learn what Christian ethics has to say about the morality of markets will be left scratching their heads.

 

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