E 131 Consumerism (2003)


Consumerism has been described as the chief rival to God in our society. It is certainly a major force in shaping values and identity—and yet the church often fails to engage fully with it.

This challenging study looks at how we got here, the main themes of consumerism, and the way it is changing our conception of personal identity. Highlighting some startling realities of consumer society, it sets out the challenge for ethical discussion and action.

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Author: Julie Kelly

Julie teaches Religious Studies at Nottingham High School for Girls, where she specialises in teaching A-leve Ethics, and is a member of the Grove Ethics group.

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