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Making a case for a denationalized global currency as an alternative to the dollar, euro, and yen as the world vehicular and reserve currencies, God and Money explores the significance and theological-ethical implications of money as a social relation in the light of the dynamic relations of the triune God. Wariboko deftly analyzes the dynamics at work in the global monetary system and argues that the monarchical-currency structure of the dollar, euro, and yen may be moving toward a trinitarian structure of a democratic world currency.
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Table of ContentsChapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Modeling Money on God Chapter 3 Money and Theology: A Review and a Direction Chapter 4 Money and Society: Socioeconomic Interpretations Chapter 5 Money as a Social Relation Chapter 6 Discerning Distortions in Monetary Relations Chapter 7 Money and Empire Chapter 8 A Trinitarian Model of the Global Monetary System Chapter 9 Payoff for Poor Countries