Judaism and the Economy is an edited collection of sixty-nine
Jewish texts relating to economic issues such as wealth, poverty,
inequality, charity, and the charging of interest. The passages
cover the period from antiquity to the present, and represent many
different genres. Primarily fresh translations, from their original
languages, many appear here in English for the first time. Each is
prefaced by an introduction and the volume as a whole is introduced
by a synthetic essay. These texts, read together and in different
combinations, provide a new lens for thinking about the economy and
make the case that religion and religious values have a place in
our own economic thinking. Judaism and the Economy is a useful new
resource for educators, students, and clergy alike.
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