Acton Monographs on Social and Economic Morality (10 vols.)
by 10 authors David VanDrunen M., Samuel Gregg, Robert A. Sirico, Claar, Victor V., Griffiths, Brian, Lifshitz, Joseph Isaac, Sauer, Corinne, Sauer, Robert M., Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, Bastiat, Frédéric
Acton Institute 1997–2012
What can everyday Christians do about poverty? How do we face the political and social-justice turmoils of first-world nations? These 10 volumes on morality in economic and social theory deliver timely classic insight on Christian perspectives in economic policy, job creation, corporate ethics, and free-market principles.
These concise expositions on economics, social justice, and policy delve into the Christian role in shaping the socio-economic world—especially in the midst of financial crisis. Drawing from classical theorists and fundamental Christian theology, these digital monographs consider the effectiveness, sustainability, and morality of contemporary economic solutions and trends, giving Christians invaluable insight to the daily economic and political choices before them.
The Logos edition of these works connects the ideas in your library together. Along with your guides, look-up tools, and cross-referencing system, these books will provide valuable information when you need it most.
- Ten volumes from leading professors and economics researchers
- International perspectives on Christian economic principles
- Important modern scholarship that engages both the mind and the heart
- Providence and Liberty by Frédérick Bastiat and Raoul Audouin
- Toward a Free and Virtuous Society by Robert A. Sirico
- Banking, Justice, and the Common Good by Samuel Gregg
- Catholicism’s Developing Social Teaching by Robert A. Sirico
- Judaism, Markets, and Capitalism by Corinne Sauer and Robert Sauer
- A Biblical Case for Natural Law by David VanDrunen
- Fair Trade? Its Prospects as a Poverty Solution by Victor V. Claar
- Environmental Stewardship in the Judeo-Christian Tradition by Robert A. Sirico
- Globalization, Poverty, and International Development by Brian Griffiths
- Judaism, Law, and the Free Market: An Analysis by Joseph I. Lifshitz
- Title: Acton Monographs on Social and Economic Morality
- Publisher: Acton Institute
- Volumes: 10
- Pages: 734