02657cam a2200349 i 450000500170000000800410001701000170005803500200007504000880009502000310018302000280021404200080024205000230025008200160027304900090028924501160029826400660041430000400048033600260052033700280054633800270057450400510060150509410065252004150159359000110200859000380201965000490205770000310210670000440213799400120218199901140219320180712010053.0170509s2017 txua b 001 0 eng  a 2017015939 a(Sirsi) a204584 aDLCbengerdacDLCdYDXdBTCTAdOCLCOdOCLCFdIMTdYDXdCNTCSdGZMdNRCdOCLCQdNVS a9780891124085q(paperback) a089112408Xq(paperback) apcc00aBR115.C3bC68 201700a261.8/5223 aNVSS00aCounting the cost :bChristian perspectives on capitalism /cArt Lindsley, PhD & Anne R. Bradley, PhD, editors. 1aAbilene, Texas :bAbilene Christian University Press,c[2017] a384 pages :billustrations ;c23 cm atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier aIncludes bibliographical references and index.0 aIntroduction / Art Lindsley -- The spirit of democratic capitalism thirty years after / Michael Novak -- Human flourishing and the Bible / Jonathan T. Pennington -- Is capitalism contrary to the Bible? / Art Lindsley -- A Christian critique of capitalism : is capitalism based on greed? / David Kotter -- Is capitalism exploitative? / Joseph Connors -- The 1 percent : is income inequality evidence of exploitation? / Anne R. Bradley -- Who benefits in capitalism? / Joy Buchanan and Vernon Smith -- Capitalism and poverty : economic development and growth benefit the least the most / Doug Bandow -- Capitalism and consumerism : delighting in both creation and the responsibilities of affluence / Edd Noell -- Do global corporations exploit poor countries? / Wayne Grudem and Barry Asmus -- Is capitalism bad for the environment? / E. Calvin Beisner -- Capitalism and cultural wasteland / Jonathan Witt -- Conclusion / Anne R. Bradley. aThe number of people living in abject poverty is decreasing at an unprecedented rate. Capitalism has played a major role in lifting people out of such poverty, yet many raise legitimate concerns about capitalism. Counting the Cost is an edited collection of articles by noted economist and theologians that offers a deep, honest, and empathetic look at capitalism and its critiques from a biblical perspective. zStacks aEmery-Pratt 6/27/18 26.09 ftu DJW 0aCapitalismxReligious aspectsxChristianity.1 aLindsley, Arthur,eeditor.1 aRathbone Bradley, Anne,d1973-eeditor. aC0bNVS aBR115.C3 C68 2017wLCc1iB0030518348d8/2/2018e7/12/2018f11/1/2018g1lSTACKS2mMAINrYsNtBOOKu6/7/2018