Capitalism in the Faith Crisis

Capitalism in the Faith Crisis
by Franz Segbers, 2010
Trust in the “invisible hand” is a religious exercise ensuring a rule over people that is destructive and deadly. Capital and its multiplication claim an all-determining authority in the religion of capitalism…

Today’s world is ruled by an unenlightened belief in the free market economy… The close connection between capital accumulation and power accumulation constitutes a “new sovereign” beyond democratic legitimation…

Christians and Marxists wage a common struggle against the spirit, logic, and praxis of the false money-god and its servants of the plutocratic power machine so people will never be humiliated and sacrificed again.

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