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Author(s): Philip Goodchild
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'Goodchild's book is recommended for those interested in either political theology or how economics might intersect with theology, but would be less helpful for those looking for practical solutions or biblical reflections on money'. Geoffrey Holsclaw, Evangelical Review of Society and Politics, October 2008
Philip Goodchild came to prominence as one of the earliest generation of scholars of Deleuze, and he has also made a significant contribution to Continental philosophy of religion with two edited volumes, Rethinking Philosophy of Religion, 2002 and Difference in Philosophy of Religion, 2003. His major monograph, Capitalism and Religion: The Price of Piety, 2002 was described as 'a defining book of the decade'. This book develops these ideas further.