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Contents Preface Chapter 1 Malthusian Theodicy Revisited Part I: Participation in God's Goodness Chapter 2 Communicating the Goodness of God Chapter 3 Economic Agency as Perfective Secondary Cause Part II: Participation in God's Righteousness Chapter 4 Economic Agency in Covenant Election Chapter 5 Law, Scarcity, and Striving Chapter 6 Participated Righteousness: Incarnational and Instrumental Chapter 7 Economic Agency in Kingdom Discipleship Part III: Scarcity and Profundity in Participation Chapter 8 Nature and Impact of Scarcity Chapter 9 Malthusian and Participative Theodicies: A Comparison Chapter 10 Summary and Conclusions Appendix 1 Typology of Scarcity Appendix 2 Goodness Received, Goodness Communicated Appendix 3 Ontological Material Sufficiency Bibliography Index
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Economics -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Economics -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834.