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The contribution of the biblical conceptions of poverty directly and indirectly to the attainment of the customary standards of living by the poor in Kenya is central to this chapter. The study, which was an exploratory type, ventured into the unexplored, waste territory of the relationship between religion, culture, politics, economy and development. A number of important implications for further research arise from the results of the study. These are discussed under four headings namely the biblical conceptions of poverty, patronage, competitiveness and the research population.

Keywords:biblical conceptions; Kenya; patronage; poverty alleviation



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