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Testosterone Theology: Men-Only Church Meets in Gym. Oh dear. (ht)
Christianity and Capitalism Part II: Imagining more than a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing. I like where Dan is going with this post and am looking forward to his next where he actually tried to establish an alternative to capitalism.
Therefore, the crisis that we face is not only one of imagination, it is also one of willing. Christians in the West have become far too comfortable within the structures of capitalism (after all, the wolf prefers to eat people overseas and not the wonderful people in my neighbourhood — or so it seems) and, consequently, have imaginations that have run dry. We will begin to be able to imagine economic alternatives to capitalism when we begin to embody economic alternatives to capitalism.
Jeffrey Sachs argues that the world faces challenges on an unprecedented scale – global warming, terrorism, poverty, disease and bad governance. Check out the podcast here (ht)
A great illustration of today’s culture.