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Christianity and Capitalism

The New American
According to German philosopher Max Weber, capitalism first arose in the West (as opposed to other places) due to a unifying ethical code: namely, Christianity. Because morality was promoted, people could be trusted to pay back loans or fulfill contracts. Only in this environment could banking rise up. As a result, ventures could be financed and prosperity could flourish. But what happens when capitalism is decoupled from Christianity? What occurs when the tallest building in a community is no longer the church, but a bank? DISCLAIMER: Views and opinions expressed on The Daniel Natal Show are solely those of the host and do not necessarily represent those of The New American. TNA is not responsible for, and does not verify the accuracy of, any information presented. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ The New American: http://www.thenewamerican.com/ ๐Ÿ“ฒ Let's Connect! http://www.facebook.com/TheNewAmerican https://twitter.com/NewAmericanMag https://www.instagram.com/newamericanmagazine https://rumble.com/c/TheNewAmerican
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