Money Enough by Douglas A. Hicks
Everyday Practices for Living Faithfully in the Global Economy

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Reflections for Christians for dealing with money in a consumer-driven world

In this much-needed book Douglas Hicks looks at how Christian faith applies to the practices of economic life-spending, saving, giving especially as an alternative to a life of unbridled consumerism. This book offers reflections for people of faith and anyone who wants to connect their Monday through Saturday lives with their faith and live a more integrated way. It takes a look at how to realistically apply Christian principles in these especially perilous economic times. Explores how Christians can rethink their practices of faith as consumers, investors, and earnersOffers reflections on an important Christian concept in a practical, lively, and engaging style Contains ideas for meeting the everyday pressures, questions, and anxieties of economic life as they connect with Christian faithA new volume in the Practices of Faith Series

The book is filled with the author's level-headed, thoughtful reflections on Christian practices of getting and spending.


About Douglas A. Hicks

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Douglas A. Hicks is a writer and professor whose doctoral work at Harvard under noted theologian Ronald Thiemann and Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen combined religion, ethics, and economics. He teaches at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia, and is a Presbyterian minister.
Published January 6, 2010 by Jossey-Bass. 226 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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It would be much better to read this book in a group, book club or class room setting where you could discuss the points of each chapter.

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