What can everyday Christians do about poverty? Should universal healthcare be embraced by Christians, or rejected? How do we face political and social-justice turmoil? Should the government welcome immigrants with open arms or require a lengthy, difficult immigration process? These are among the many questions explored by the monographs in this series.
These 24 works bring Christian moral reflection to bear on contemporary issues in social and economic life. Its volumes approach each subject by engaging both the insights of the social sciences and the truths available in natural law and Christian theology. Professors and economic program directors worldwide contribute to the discussion of economic, political, and social morality in America and third-world nations, providing dialogue that has decades of research and empirical evidence for support.
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