Universalist Economics

In an environment of rapid technological change and economic turmoil, 18th century American Universalist Hosea Ballou preached a theology of abundance that disrupted the harm caused by Calvinist ideas. In this second sermon of Isabel’s three-week series on economics, we bring Ballou’s insights into the 21st century. Together we explore what it means to practice and preach Universalist economics instead of scarcity, in our daily lives.

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