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Number of Pages: 250
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2008
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We often struggle to answer the question: What is the right thing to do here?
Good Intentions suggests that it is possible to do good in economic matters if we begin with the right assumptions (and begins to ask the right questions):
- Is greed ever good?
- How can we give poor kids a million bucks?
- How did Ben and Jerry get so rich?
- Is capitalism ruining the environment?
- Do immigrants take American jobs?
Our actions can produce outcomes that reflect what we value.
BOB SMIETANA is the religion editor for The Tennessean and a correspondent for Religion News Service. His stories have appeared in national and regional US newspapers, including the Washington Post, the LA Times, and the Chicago Tribune, as well as national religious magazines such as Christianity Today, Christian Century, Sojourners, and US Catholic. He was one of the first American journalists to interview Graham Taylor and has written about Taylor for RNS and Christianity Today. Bob is the author of Life: Defining Personhood Under God, and co-author of Good Intentions. He lives outside of Chicago with his wife, Kathy, and their three children.