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Evolution

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1 The Dominion Covenant: Genesis; An Economic Commentary on the Bible, Volume I North, Gary - SIGNED BY AUTHOR
Tyler, TX, U.S.A. Institute for Christian Economics 1982 Hard Copy Near Very Good Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Author
Institute for Christian Economics, Tyler, TX, 1982. Signed by author on front free end page -- flast-signed, meaning that only the author's signature appears; there is no inscription to any person. Book is in Near Very Good condition: front board doesn't lie flat; edge wear and foxing on page edges; binding is tight, and pages are clean. Dust jacket is in Good condition: small chips and small tears along edges; not price-clipped. Laid in is a 4 page insert entitled "How to Read 'The Dominion Covenant: Genesis'." From the dust jacket: This book "is specifically an economic commentary -- the first one ever published. What does the Bible require of men in the area of economics and business? What does the Bible have to say about economic theory? Does it teach the free market, or socialism, or a mixture of the two, or something completely different? Is there really an exclusively Christian approach to economics? .... 'The Dominion Covenant: Genesis' sets forth the biblical foundation of economics. It offers the basis of a total reconstruction of economic theory and pratice. It specifically abandons the universal presupposition of all modern schools of economics: Darwinian evolution. Economics must begin with the doctrine of creation." 
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