Religion, Economics, and the Common Good

STH TS 896

A study of the relationship between religion, economics, and societal well-being, particularly as explored in the presentation and critique of a "Protestant ethic." The subsequent integration of political, economic, sociological, and religious insights will provide a foundation for the formulation of community- based and community-oriented social institutions.

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