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Radio: God and Mammon

by Edward Wickham

WHEN you hear the phrase “The Lord will provide,” do you think manna, or milk and honey? Are you satisfied by the promise of sufficiency, or inspired by the notion of super-abundance? A Franciscan, Brother Sam, and Lord Griffiths, of Goldman Sachs, are two very different Christian consumers. The former lives on £3000 a year; the latter on a somewhat larger sum.

The two featured in Giles Fraser’s The Root of All Evil: Christianity and money (Radio 4, Monday of last week), ...

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