Titolo: The Economics of the Kingdom of God
Casa editrice: AuthorHouse
Data di pubblicazione: 2004
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9781418446475-3
Riassunto: This book explains why capitalism's amazing success from the 1950s through the 1970s was based on three unique-and rapidly disappearing-circumstances: 1.) an unusual period of prosperity following WWII, 2.) the legislating of social safeguards, and 3.) the tendency for capital to be 'home rooted.' Today, however, global capitalism is on the road to failure. The 'invisible hand' of the free market has been loosed to devour the world's asset-less population in a frantic 'race to the bottom.' The book also shows how God's economic laws-now over 3,500 hundred years old-contain the answers to virtually all of today's economic problems . . . and how a new administration will soon be set up to institute them world-wide!
L'autore: James A. McCune has served as an international economist for several Fortune 500 companies during his career, and has been an avid student of the Bible for over 25 years beginning with his Master's thesis in Economics entitled The Economics of the Bible. In 1980 he wrote his first full-length book; America, the True Church, and End of the Age. Mr. McCune's writing style is lively, and at the same time scholarly, as numerous citations are quoted to emphasize and expound on important ideas and points of view throughout his writings. He is also the author of Is Jesus the Jews' Messiah?, and God's Law: The Missing Element in Religious and Civil Life.
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