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Introduction PART I SWORDS: CRITICAL ENGAGEMENTS BETWEEN ECONOMICS AND THEOLOGY 1. Why Is Engagement Difficult? 2. What Do Theologians Need To Know About Economics? 3. A Framework For Doing Theology In The Marketplace 4. Red Toryism, Common Good, And One Nation 5: A Response To Hartropp, Pollitt, Poole And Chapman PART II PLOWSHARES (1): RESOURCES FOR COLLABORATION 6. On The Idea Of Commerce As A Natural Means Of Human Improvement: 7. Economics And Virtue Ethics: Reflections From A Christian Perspective 8. Radical Or Realist? The Social Ethics Of John Of Chrysostom And Reflection On The Common Good 9: Response: Finding Common Ground: Contemporary Resources For Collaboration 10. The Kingdom Of God And The Economic System: An Economics Of Hope PART III PLOWSHARES (2): VISIONS OF THE COMMON GOOD 11. Theological Perspectives For A Human Economy At Its Limits And Within Its Limits 12. Is The Model Of Human Nature In Economics Fundamentally Flawed? 13. Transcending The Long Twentieth Century: Why We Should And How 14. Christianity And Social Flourishing: Theology, Politics And Economics 328 Conclusion Selected Bibliography

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Matthew Arbo, Midwestern Seminary, Kansas City, USA The Revd Canon Dr Malcolm Brown, Archbishops' Council of the Church of England. Mark Chapman, Ripon College Cuddesdon, University of Oxford, and Oxford Brookes University, UK Andy Hartropp, Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, UK Donald Hay, University of Oxford, UK Andrew Henley, Aberystwyth University, Wales, UK. Gordon Menzies, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Oliver O'Donovan, University of St Andrews, UK Martyn Percy, Ripon College at Cuddesdon, Oxford, UK Michael Pollitt, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK Eve Poole, Ashridge Business School, UK Nicholas Townsend, freelance writer and editor, UK Hans G. Ulrich, University Erlangen Nuremberg, Germany Paul Williams, Regent College, Canada


"The work-as-a-whole concludes with: an editorial summation, selective bibliography, index, and notes on the contributors that afford brief introductions to the individual essayists. ... the level of specialized jargon in many of the essays probably ensures this book will be of most benefit to professional theologians and economists and to institutions supporting seminaries or graduate economics programs." (Justin Lillard, Journal of Markets & Morality, Vol. 19 (1), May, 2016)'This is a stimulating collection of new essays from leading thinkers across different disciplines. It addresses the scope of fruitful dialogue and collaboration between theologians and economists in their pursuit of the common good, providing a valuable and accessible resource for both the general reader and specialist.' - Ian Smith, Senior Lecturer in the School of Economics and Finance, University of St. Andrews, UK

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