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New Issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality (Vol. 20, No. 2)

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The newest issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality has been published online and print copies are forthcoming.

This issue is the first with our new executive editor Kevin Schmiesing and our new book review editor Andrew M. McGinnis. You can read more about our transition in my editorial to the issue, which is open-access here.

In addition to our regular slate of scholarship on the morality of the marketplace, this issue includes two review essays (one by me here, one by former executive editor Jordan J. Ballor here). Mine focuses on two recent edited volumes on Orthodox Christian political theology and Jordan’s focuses on several books about Martin Luther and his 500 year legacy.

This issue also includes a special feature: a never-before translated text on the Classical Liberal school of economic thought from 1890 by the French economist Frédéric Passy, first (co-)winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. You can read David M. Hart’s introduction to the text here and Passy’s lecture here.

Read the whole issue here.

Find out about subscriptions to the Journal of Markets & Morality here.

(Cover image: Painting by Willem de Poorter entitled The Parable of The Talents or Minas, Narodni Galerie, Prague, 17th Century)

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Dylan Pahman Dylan Pahman is a research fellow at the Acton Institute, where he serves as managing editor of the Journal of Markets & Morality. He earned his MTS in Historical Theology from Calvin Theological Seminary. In addition to his work as an editor, Dylan has authored several peer-reviewed articles, conference papers, essays, and one book: Foundations of a Free & Virtuous Society (Acton Institute, 2017). He has also lectured on a wide variety of topics, including Orthodox Christian social thought, the history of Christian monastic enterprise, the Reformed statesman and theologian Abraham Kuyper, and academic publishing, among others.

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