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  • Author: Thomas L. Friedman.  Mr. Friedman is a Pulitzer Prize-winning well-traveled New York Times foreign-affairs columnist.
  • Updated: 12/18/2012
  • ISBN: 0385499345
  • Copyright: Anchor Books

The major theme of The Lexus and The Olive Tree is the reality of globalization.  Friedman declares that this system is the only viable alternative for economic viability.  Globalization is the international system that, more than anything else, is shaping world affairs today.

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Maurice A. Fetty recently retired after serving for 13 years as the senior minister of the Congregational Church of Manhasset (United Church of Christ) in Manhasset, N.Y.
  • Updated: 12/18/2012
  • ISBN: 0-7880-1903-1
  • Copyright: CSS PUBLISHING COMPANY

Can the rich be righteous; can the righteous be rich?

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Mark L. Vincent is lead partner of the contracting and consulting firm, Design for Ministry, that specializes in stewardship education and resources.
  • Updated: 12/18/2012
  • ISBN: 0-8361-9147-1
  • Copyright: Herald Press

Through stories, questions, and practical guidelines, Mark L. Vincent provides congregational leaders (pastors, elders, worship leaders, deacons) and leaders of non-profit organizations with insight and tools for reducing the tension surrounding public discourse about money and faithful stewardship.

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Jacob Needleman
  • Updated: 12/18/2012
  • ISBN: 0-385-26242-6
  • Copyright: Currency Doubleday
    Paper

Money and the Meaning of Life is a study of the relationship of money and the spiritual life.

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Robert Wuthnow is the Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor of Sociology and director of the Center for the Study of American Religion at Princeton University.
  • Updated: 12/18/2012
  • ISBN: 0-19-511020-X
  • Copyright: Oxford University Press

A searching look at the financial and spiritual crises besetting America's churches.