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Religion and the Ambiguities of Capitalism
by Preston, Ronald H.

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Economics, although essentially interwoven into all aspects of life, is all too often misunderstood or seen as somehow arcane and mysterious, beyond the comfortable grasp of the layperson. Preston brings his unique understanding of economics and theology together into a clear and readable critique and identifies where the difficulties are in the present world situation.

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Religion and the Ambiguities of CapitalismReligion and the Ambiguities of Capitalism (Trade paperback)
Pub. Date: 1993
Publisher: Pilgrim Press
Price: $8.49
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Religion and the Ambiguities of CapitalismReligion and the Ambiguities of Capitalism (Paperback)
Pub. Date: 1993
Publisher: Pilgrim Pr
Price: $12.57
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Overview

Economics, although essentially interwoven into all aspects of life, is all too often misunderstood or seen as somehow arcane and mysterious, beyond the comfortable grasp of the layperson. Preston brings his unique understanding of economics and theology together into a clear and readable critique and identifies where the difficulties are in the present world situation.

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  • PID: 14074753952
  • ISBN-13: 9780829809466
  • Publisher: Pilgrim Pr
  • Seller: Infinite Minds
    Condition: New
    Notes: New-unused and unread. First Print-Full number line. Faint shelf wear.