The Problem of Wealth: A Christian Response to a Culture of Affluence
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What if we reconsidered our views on poverty and perceived it as a problem with the way we live with wealth? Approaching the issue from a theological rather than a market-driven perspective invites an alternative social logic, informed by a much richer picture of human beings and our limits as we live in symbiotic relationship with the larger delicate web of life. In The Problem of Wealth, Elizabeth L. Hinson-Hasty reframes the current discussion of wealth inequalities, poverty, and the exploitation of our natural environment from a progressive Christian perspective. She underscores the need for social change advocates to emerge out of every context, including the middle class, and presents alternate visions for what it means to live by "an ethic of enough."
Wealth, Poverty, Christianity, Theology, Religion
Christianity | Ethics in Religion | Inequality and Stratification | Religion
Hinson-Hasty, Elizabeth, "The Problem of Wealth: A Christian Response to a Culture of Affluence" (2017). Faculty Books. 38.