Skip to main content
  • free

    Life giving resources. Faithfully delivered.

    FREE delivery on orders over £10

  • UK

    Serving over 2 million Christians in the UK

    with Bibles, Books and Church Supplies

  • Church

    Our Buy-Now-Pay-Later accounts used

    by over 4,000 UK Churches & Schools

  • Excellent 4.8 out of 5

    Trustpilot

Morality in the Marketplace: Reconciling Theology and Economics

[Paperback]

by Paul van Geest

    • Book Format

      Paperback

    • Publisher

      Brill

    • Published

      November 2021

    • ISBN

      9789004501744

      Read full description

      Today's Price

      £60.10

      Free delivery icon

      Free UK Delivery


      Out of stock.


      • Paypal
      • Google Pay
      • Apple Pay
      • Visa
      • Mastercard
      • Amex

      Morality in the Marketplace: Reconciling Theology and Economics

      Today's Price £60.10



      Product Description

      What does Keynes have to do with Qohelet? At first sight, economy and theology seem to be disciplines with mutually exclusive objectives.

      Yet, as the Covid crisis has recently shown, if economic development is to really stand a chance of success, it should go hand in hand with relational values like honesty, reliability and empathy: this will contribute to a society with a culture of reciprocity, respect, love and trust. In this essay, Paul van Geest pleads for a renewal of the old ties between economics and theology as scientific disciplines, so as to arrive at a deeper and richer anthropological fundament for economic research.

      Specification

      • Book Format

        Paperback

      • Publisher

        Brill

      • Published

        November 2021

      • ISBN

        9789004501744

      • ISBN-10

        9004501746

      • Eden Code

        5610518

      More Information

      • ISBN: 9789004501744

      • Publisher: Brill

      • Release Date: November 2021

      • Eden Code: 5610518


      Product Q+A

      Ask a Question

      Recently Viewed