Religion

Christianity and the Economic Order

The great figure of the twentieth century was William Temple (1881–1944), Archbishop of Canterbury, who urged that the church must choose between socialism and heresy.                                                                            —Dictionary of the Episcopal Church ____________________ I visited Melbourne recently and popped into an op shop with an old friend. He pointed out a book titled Pros and Cons, which he’d already dipped into. For the bargain price of $2 the book became mine. It is the fifteenth edition, published in 1965. The first edition, written by J.B. Askew, was published in 1896. I later learnt that the latest edition, the nineteenth, was published…

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