Interest in interest: the Old Testament ban on interest and its implications for today by Paul Mills

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Christians rarely think twice about lending or borrowing money at interest. Bank deposits, savings accounts and mortgages are accepted as necessary features of modern life. Considering the antipathy of the Church to interest for three-quarters of her history and the strength of biblical condemnation of the practice, this is a remarkable reversal of attitude…

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October, 1989

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