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Credit crunch is an opportunity, Dr Sentamu tells HTB

by Ed Beavan

THE Archbishop of York, Dr Sentamu, says that the financial crisis offers an excellent opportunity for Christians to bring their faith into the workplace, even though their counter-cultural attitudes appear “mad” to secular society.

Dr Sentamu, speaking at Holy Trinity, Brompton, in west London, at the launch of the church’s God at Work course, said that the credit crunch had been caused by the “idolatrous love of money, pursuing profit without regard for ethic, risk, or ...

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