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Speaking to the Soul: Money and faith

by Linda Ryan

 

Luke 16:9-15

Money.  No matter where you look, you run into something related to money. It pays for not only the necessities of life, but also a lot of unnecessaries or extravagances to prove that one is better than one’s neighbors, business rivals, or anybody else.

It is said that money is the root of all evil, but in truth this saying is really that thelove of money is that root. In the biblical world, they operated on a system […]

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Capitalism on the Edge

Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, will be delivering an address titled ‘Can Capitalism be Ethical?’ as part of an ongoing lecture series, sponsored by Murray Edwards College of the University of Cambridge exploring the future of capitalism called ‘Capitalism on the Edge.’

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