Religion Essay | Religion and Globalization

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Religion and Globalization

Summary: Discusses how religious beliefs conflict with globalization. Contends that in today's big business, God is ignored. Debates the concept of a nontrinitarian theology of God.
There are millions of people in the world today that live is impoverishment. Countries that we call "Third World Countries" are not able to support themselves in today's economy. In many countries including The United States a system known as neo-liberalism prevails. This concept only considers the profit and rules of the market of business and not the dignity of and the respect of individuals and groups of people.

In today's big business, God is never thought about at all. The term oikonomia which refers to God's economy is in no way part of the world's economy. In order to live in God's economy, "adhering to the providential ordering of all things which originate in God, are sustained in existence by God and are destined for eternal life within God" is the way. To live in a life with God you must have love for others and...

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