No Rising Tide: Theology, Economics, and the Future
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No Rising Tide: Theology, Economics, and the Future  -     By: Joerg Rieger
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* What are the fundamental shifts taking place in today's economy? And what gives us hope when things don't go as expected? Exploring the dimensions of the current monetary crisis, Rieger offers a theological assessment of market economics; a moral scorecard on the effects of financial globalization; and a primer on the relationship between economic theory and theology. 160 pages, softcover from Fortress.

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Title: No Rising Tide: Theology, Economics, and the Future
By: Joerg Rieger
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 10 ounces
ISBN: 0800664590
ISBN-13: 9780800664596
Stock No: WW664596

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Even though economic downturns are still followed by upturns, fewer people benefit from them. As a result, economic crisis is an everyday reality that permanently affects all levels of our lives. The logic of downturn, developed in this book, helps make sense of what is going on, as the economy shapes us more deeply than we had ever realized, not only our finances and our work, but also our relationships, our thinking, and even our hopes and desires. Religion is one arena shaped by economics and thus part of the problem but, as Joerg Rieger shows, it might also hold one of the keys for providing alternatives, since it points to energies for transformation and justice. Rieger's hopeful perspective unfolds in stark contrast to an economy and a religion that thrive on mounting inequality and differences of class.

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