Presenting a Christian Reconstructionist view of economic history, this work adds to the corpus of works on biblical economics by Gary North and R.J Rushdoony. Tracing Keynes' ideas on economics, Puritanism, and conservative theories to his sexuality, Baptized Inflation takes prime aim at John Maynard Keynes and the idea that his ideas could ever be promoted by Christians. Associating Keynes' "economic perversion" with his "homosexual perversion," this response to Dr. Douglas Vickers's Economics and Man presents the reasons why Keynesian economics cannot be labeled as, or promoted by, Christians--and why the idea of a Christian theocracy is theologically necessary. 274 pages, softcover.
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