Table of contents for Economics in Christian perspective : theory, policy and life choices / Victor V. Claar and Robin J. Klay.

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Preface
1 Christian Faith in Relationship to Economic Activity: Framing the Issues
2 Markets: Mechanisms for Creating Good and Exercising Christian Responsibility
3 Public Finance: The Role of Government in the Provision of Goods and Services
4 Savior or Leviathan? The Role of Government in Our Daily Lives
5 Creation Care: Exercising Good Stewardship in the Garden
6 The Big Picture: Issues in Macroeconomic Policy
7 What Do We Know About Monetary and Fiscal Policy?
8 International Economic Relations: Hope for the Third World
9 Work and Vocation: What Is in Your Hand?
10 Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief: Attending to the Poor or Worrying About 
Income Gaps?
11 Going Beyond Markets: Renewing Neighborhoods, Reconciling People and Restoring 
Hope
Epilogue: Nine Big Ideas from Economics That Can Help You Be a Good Steward Every 
Day
References

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Economics -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.