Sabbath Reflections: Capitalism and Inequity versus a Gospel Mandate

‘Sabbath Reflections: Capitalism and Inequity versus a Gospel Mandate’ is a 7-part reflection on the Sabbath by Bishop George Browning and published by the Anglican Communion Environmental Network. Bishop Browning explores the roots and meaning of Sabbath and how a fresh understanding and practice of this biblical concept can reconnect economics to ethics, and shape human society in a manner that is consistent with the creation upon which it depends.

‘At the beginning of the 21st century, does Christianity have a view about an ideal human society?’. Bishop George Browning responds to this question by reflecting that such a society must ‘address rapidly growing inequity and … confront an economic system which operates as if resources are infinite and that humanity can somehow exist as if it is not part of an unfolding ecological crisis.’

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