Capitalism has been a hotly debated issue among evangelicals in recent years. Some defend it under the banner of liberty while others condemn it under the banner of social justice. In this book, the author provides a thorough description and a provocative sociological analysis of various perspectives - left, right, and center - in the debate among evangelicals over the pros and cons of modern capitalism. Then he offers proposals for a Christian reevaluation of the market economy. An excellent addition to any study of economics.