For John Calvin the subjects of money, wealth, and business are all created entities. Money is a creation, and as such it should not be worshipped, overemphasized, or ignored. Like the rest of creation, it has a place and is useful. In the section of Chapter 1 presented here, the creaturely character of the economy is considered.
Source: Calvin and Commerce: The Transformating Power of Calvinism in Market Economies (P & R Publishing, 2009), 1-8.
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