Christianity & the Economic Order

Speaker(s): Craig Gay, Paul Oslington
Date: Fall 2003
Length: 15:12:00
Product ID: RGDL3334S

Purchase Options:

MP3 Download - $64.99
MP3 CD - $84.99
CD - $109.99

Description

The 'economic order' today is by and large to speak of capitalism, which along with liberal democracy and modern technology has emerged as one of the central social facts of our age. The purpose of this lecture series is to think through some of the issues - both public and private - that have surfaced with respect to the contemporary 'economic order.' Lectures include:

  • An Introduction
  • A Brief History of Economic Analysis - Paul Oslington
  • The Origins of Economic Revolution
  • Pyramids of Sacrifice
  • Propositions on Prosperity, Equality, and Liberty
  • The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism
  • The Promise and Peril of Economic Globalization
  • A Biblical Theology of Economic Life
  • Traditional Christian Wisdom Pertaining to Economic Life
  • Several Theological Assessments of Capitalism
  • Unintended Consequences of Capitalism
  • Toward a Theology of Shrewd Stewardship

See All Audio by Craig Gay Paul Oslington

Craig Gay is Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Regent College. He also serves as the editor for Crux, a quarterly journal of Christian thought and opinion published by faculty and alumni of Regent College. He is author of Dialogue, Catalogue and Monologue, Cash Values: The Value of Money the Nature of Worth, The Way of the (Modern) World, and With Liberty and Justice for Whom?. He has been published in Christian Scholar's Review, American Journal of Sociology, Crux, and Markets & Morality, and he is the co-editor (with C. Peter Molloy) of The Way of Truth in the Present Age.

Paul Oslington is professor at Australian Catholic University where his appointment is jointly in the School of Business and School of Theology. He was previously Professor of Economics and Finance at University of Notre Dame.

Related Audio

Details / Buy

2012 Evening Public Lectures

Speaker: Craig Gay, Darren Provost, Dave Diewert, … (see details for all)

Details / Buy

After Post-Modernity... What?

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Christian Faith and Practice in a (Post) Modern World (2014)

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Christian Faith and Practice in the (Post) Modern World

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Christian Thought and Culture I (2012)

Speaker: Bruce Hindmarsh, Craig Allert, Craig Gay, … (see details for all)

Details / Buy

Christian Thought and Culture II (2013)

Speaker: Bruce Guenther, Bruce Hindmarsh, Christine Jones, … (see details for all)

Details / Buy

Christian Thought and Culture II: The Disenchantment of the World: Modernity, Secularity, Naturalism

Speaker: Bruce Guenther, Bruce Hindmarsh, Craig Gay, … (see details for all)

Details / Buy

Cultivating Joy

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Dialogue: The Heart that Beats and the Centre of Life

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Dialogue: The Heart That Beats at the Center of Life

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Ephesians 4:11-24

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Intelligent? Yes. Vigorous? Yes. But are We Also Joyful?

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Money & the Erosion of Meaning

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

Regent College Convocation Weekend 2011

Speaker: Craig Gay, Iain Provan, Patti Towler, … (see details for all)

Details / Buy

Regent History Workshop 2012: The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society

Speaker: Brad Gregory, Craig Gay, Darren Provost, … (see details for all)

Details / Buy

Roundtable Discussion: 'Watch What You Say!': The Use and Abuse of Words

Speaker: Craig Gay, Iwan Russell-Jones

Details / Buy

Roundtable Discussion: Globalization

Speaker: Benno Van den Toren, Craig Gay, … (see details for all)

Details / Buy

Technology & the Shaping of the Imagination

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

The Condition of Postmodernity (CTC II Winter 2006)

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

We Are Not (Thankfully!) Our Own

Speaker: Craig Gay

Details / Buy

We Are Not Our Own (Thankfully!)

Speaker: Craig Gay