Romans: Cooperation and Dominion
Cooperation and Dominion is the title and the economic theme of Paul's epistle to the church at Rome.
This epistle deals with the issue of political obedience (chapter 13) and debt (chapter 13). It also deals with the question of how men can understand each other's logic (chapter 2). Men cooperate. We do not live in isolation. There is a division of labor. But how? Natural law? Common ethics? Common logic?
The chapters deal with these issues: social utility and cooperation, the work of the law in men's thinking and actions, the meaning of economic imputation for the laws of economics, subordination and deliverance in history, the origin of social order, personal commitment, treating enemies well, legitimate governments, and the meaning of liberty.Cooperation and Dominion