This two volume set critiques an oft neglected area of study. The
readings on "Historical Relationships" highlight the divorce
between economic analysis and theology that occurred very early in
the development of the discipline, and which now seems impossible
to bridge. A second selection of readings reflects the critique of
economic analysis from a theological perspective that has been
developed mainly in the last of the 20th century.
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