CHRISTIANS, THE CHURCH AND PROPERTY by Bruce Morgan

CHRISTIANS, THE CHURCH AND PROPERTY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There is need for a new understanding of the relation of man to property and its proper use from a Christian viewpoint, for in the day of Big Business, Big Labor and Big Governments we can no longer hold to the once prevailing view that private property and capital are the due rewards for living by the Protestant Christian code of frugality and hard work, prudence and shrewdness. Protestant thought and action today must be appropriate to the dominant currents in today's economic institutions, and Dr. Bruce Morgan, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Amherst, points out some of the possibilities that are possible and available for Christians in search for community. He points out that as far as

Publisher: Westminster