God and Advanced Mammon—Can Theological Types Handle Usury and Capitalism?

Interpretation 65 (2):168-179 (2011)
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This essay looks at the economic and theological intersections of definitions of usury in the economic system of capitalism. It challenges seminarians and the church to examine their roles in addressing the problem of usury
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DOI 10.1177/002096431106500207
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