Tag Archives: Charles Eisenstein
Economy: Old and New Making Do with More Monday, November 25, 2019 Charles Eisenstein is a fascinating public speaker, author, and advocate for gift economies. At a rather young age, he walked away from a thriving business career, recognizing that our cultural models of success simply weren’t working for him. Drawing on his background in… Continue Reading Making Do with More
Economy: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, July 1-Friday, July 6, 2018 St. Augustine said, “If you comprehend it, it is not God.” And yet, very often we want a God who reflects and even confirms our culture, our biases, our economic, political, and security systems. (Sunday) Money is an invention . . . a fabrication. .… Continue Reading Economy: Week 2 Summary
Economy: Week 2 Scarcity or Abundance? Thursday, July 5, 2018 God as Trinity reveals an economy of grace—overflowing love. The Gospel stories of “multiplication” clearly show a world view of abundance. When Jesus feeds a crowd with very little food, he’s revealing the nature of spiritual reality more than just performing a miracle (see Matthew… Continue Reading Scarcity or Abundance?
Economy: Week 1 Usury: The Root of Evil Thursday, June 28, 2018 Even After All this time The Sun never says to the Earth, “You owe me.” Look What happens With a love like that, It lights the whole sky. —Daniel Ladinsky  The economy of exploitative profit has no place in God’s kingdom. The… Continue Reading Usury: The Root of Evil