The economics of Calvin and Calvinism
John Calvin's main contribution to the usury question was in having the courage to dump the prohibition altogether. He had only contempt for the Aristotelian argument that money is sterile. FULL ARTICLE by Murray N. RothbardSkip to next paragraph
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