People from opposing ends of the political spectrum claim Jesus as their own. But is Jesus’s moral philosophy broad in scope, such that it includes a political morality, or narrower, consisting only of private virtues?
A look at how poverty was valued, in connection to virtue and to justice, within Jesus’s philosophy.
Jesus’s critique of the imperial economic system presents an idea of how money can be used morally.
With the parable of the Rich Fool, Jesus commends the practice of memento mori as a release from anxiety about one’s life.
In this part we continue from where we left off with Jesus’s statements on justice, analyzing his approach to anxiety.