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This one-session Bible study will give participants the opportunity to reflect on the biblical call to work as partners with people who have been made poor in order to address hunger and its causes.
Hear Bishop Atle Sommerfeldt’s exegesis of biblical texts that speak directly to trade issues, from Ezekiel and Amos to broader New Testament themes.
Lutheran ethicist Jim Childs takes a look at contemporary greed in light of Christian principles; Catholic economist Dan Finn lays out basic economic tenets and applies a Christian critique.
“Why should trade be fair? / Greed is still a sin.” Print this poster and hang it in your church or home.
“Why should trade be fair? / Duh.” Print this poster and hang it in your church or home.
This document from the 2002 General Assembly addresses concerns resulting from the economic crisis that has depressed many rural communities-especially food production and consumption and ways the church can help strengthen family farmers, ranchers, rural communities and rural congregations. Study guide also available.