EXPAND THE REACH OF MUTUAL BENEFIT

Create a Ripple Effect of Enlightened Mutuality

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Sample Appearances

*Conversation with Mindful Wealth (part 1)

*Conversation with Mindful Wealth (part 2)

*Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at California State University, Long Beach

*Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Boise State University

*Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of South Florida

*Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Southern Mississippi

*Conversation with Good Faith Media

*Conversation with New Earth Lawyer

*Conversation with Cooperative Baptist Fellowship podcast

*Article on Law.com

*Press Kit

"Better Capitalism is an eloquent and articulate reminder of the importance of understanding economics in the context of our communities, country, and roles as business leaders. In explaining the profound connection between economics and theology, the authors have provided a strong case for the critical need for partnership between business leaders and communities to create a stronger and more robust economy that provides benefit to all.”  

 

—Tony Reid, Senior Vice President (retired), Marriott International

 

This book plunges the reader right into the interface of theology (faith) and economics, exactly where thoughtful, responsible adults need to be situated in our crisis-marked world. Knowlton and Hedges pursue a simple paradigm of ‘plantation vs. partnership.’ ‘Plantation’ in their usage refers to a winner-take-all economics that exploits others for self-advantage. ‘Partnership’ concerns an economic practice of mutuality that contributes to the common good while attending to one’s own interest. This simple either/or is explored in rich directions including finance, corporations, government, and culture. Along the way we get a healthy rereading of Adam Smith and Ayn Rand, away from a privatistic distortion. This book merits close, sustained attention as a compelling move beyond both careless thinking and easy ideology.”

 

—Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary

"Better Capitalism is an extraordinary creative achievement, without parallel in the literature of economic and business ethics, Christian or otherwise. Paul Knowlton, JD, MDiv, and Aaron Hedges, MBA, MDiv, here engage pretty much the entire landscape of modern economic life with a realistic but values-rich challenge to move beyond what they call plantation economics and instead move to what they call Partnership Economics. One of the things I like most about Better Capitalism is the way it shoots the gap between our current cultural extremes: it is by no means a defense of laissez-faire capitalism but neither is it a socialist manifesto. The book is chock full of fresh and deep research, and this data then informs the book’s realistic, concrete reform proposals that corporate executives, government officials, and everyday people can implement."

—Rev. Dr. David Gushee, Past President of American Academy of Religion, Past President of Society of Christian Ethics

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