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Globalization in Light of Luther's Eucharistic Economic Ethics

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Abstract

This article suggests that Christ “filling all things,” and abiding in a special way in the assembly of believers, offers moral agency for faithful response to economic structures that gravely threaten Earth's regenerative capacities. That claim is explored through Luther's theology of Christ indwelling creation held together with his eucharistic economic ethics, his call to certain practices, his refusal to minimize the pervasiveness of human sin, and his insistence that in brokenness and defeat the saving God is present and calls forth power. The trends designated by the term “globalization,” as used in this essay, are clarified. Dangers posed to the Earth community by that constellation of trends are illustrated.
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Keywords: Christ; Earth-human relations; Luther; globalization; indwelling; moral agency

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Seattle University's School of Theology

Publication date: September 1, 2003

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