The problem is wealth, not poverty Introducing the problem of wealth The centrality of economics in Christian theology Economism and the ethic of scarcity When, why, and how? The boundary between economics and theology The current dominant forms of wealth creation and the ethic of scarcity Digging for roots to nourish an ethic of enough Social trinity, love, and the ethic of enough Extensive roots: ecocentric and theocentric visions of economy from a wider variety of the world's great faith traditions Increasing the theological and moral imagination of the U.S. middle class Real people embodying different values Parables for sharing Concluding observations and a call to action.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Online version: Hinson-Hasty, Elizabeth L., author. Problem of wealth