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God or Mammon: Biblical Perspecttves On Economies in Conflict

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As a preparatory paper for the IAMS conference, this article makes no claim to explore in depth all the rich resources that the OT contributes to Christian reflection on economic issues or indeed to mission in general, but merely sets out to map the territory that calls for further exploration at the consilltation. Accordingly, there will be little attempt at exegesis of texts, but simply a listing of what seems to me to be the most relevant material.


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