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Developed from the second Oxford Conference on Christian Faith and Economics held in Oxford, England, in 1990, this book reproduces the Oxford ...
Developed from the second Oxford Conference on Christian Faith and Economics held in Oxford, England, in 1990, this book reproduces the Oxford Declaration itself and eleven critical responses to what is being called the most important evangelical declaration on the subject of Christian faith and economics in decades.
|The Oxford Declaration on Christian Faith and Economics||11|
|Work and the Gifts of the Spirit||33|
|Credit-Based Income Generation for the Poor||46|
|Justice and Poverty: Two Views Contrasted||57|
|The Partiality of Biblical Justice: A Response to Calvin Beisner||81|
|Information, Values, and Government Action||100|
|Destroying Poverty without Destroying Poor People||108|
|Toward an Ecumenical Consensus||125|
|The Oxford Declaration as a Contribution to the Ecumenical Debate||133|
|What Does the Lord Require? Three Statements on Christian Faith and Economic Life||146|
|Stewardship in the Nineties: Two Views||161|
|A Good Beginning, but Much More Needs to be Done||175|