Root of all Evil
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Root of all Evil (2003)

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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: St Andrew Press (8 August, 2003)
  • Language English
  • ISBN-10: 0715208055
  • ISBN-13: 978-0715208052

 

Description | Reviews & Articles

"This is fascinating reading - surely the most remarkable thing to have come from the pen of a financial writer for many a year." Alexander McCall Smith, International best selling author of 'The Number One Ladies' Detective Agency.'

"... chatty and anecdotal in style, but don't let that kid you ... this is a profound and disturbing book Chapter 5 is dynamite: it could shake the UK to its very foundation." Harry Reid, former editor The Herald

Short Description

In 'Root Of All Evil? How To Make Spiritual Values Count' award winning columnist and author Antonia Swinson shows us how we can make our spiritual values count, even if we are, as in the UK, crushed between an enduring feudal social order, and a rampant US style market economy. In this personal journey through the world of modern finance and entrenched vested interests, Swinson dares to challenge the financial establishment which has enslaved the post war generations to Mammon and charts an escape route back to financial salvation.

Antonia Swinson is an acclaimed writer and award winning journalist and broadcaster. For six years she wrote the 'Passing Comment' column in the Business section of Scotland on Sunday and for two years contributed the groundbreaking 'Mammon' column in the Church of Scotland monthly magazine Life & Work. Swinson also writes regularly for The Big Issue Scotland, New Consumer Magazine and Land & Liberty Magazine and is an occasional contributor to BBC Radio 4's 'Thought For The Day', and Channel Four’s 'Faith Without Walls'.

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