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A Pastor's Perspective on the Financing of American Religion

Richard R. Crocker pinpoints key lessons that religious leaders can learn from the literature on the financing of American religion.

Richard R. Crocker pinpoints key lessons that religious leaders can learn from the literature on the financing of American religion. Among these are the character of the so-called financial "crisis," the impact of denominational cultures on giving, practices that make a difference, questions of pastoral competence and training in financial matters especially in a new "culture of philanthropy" as well as what pastors might do about the situation. Crocker is pastor of Central Presbyterian Church in Montclair, New Jersey.

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