To What Ends for Theology-Oriented Economic Policymaking?

Robert C. TatumUniversity of North Carolina Asheville AbstractThis paper explores the need for theology-oriented economic policymaking, as well as its possible sacred and secular ends. To facilitate this exploration, America’s Social Gospel movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries is examined as a historical case of theology-oriented economic policymaking. True to form, itsContinue reading “To What Ends for Theology-Oriented Economic Policymaking?”