About this book
Giles Fraser recounts a dramatic conversion experience that took place in a Notting Hill street cafe and reflects on its life-changing implications. Originally a left-leaning socialist, he first became a Christian and then embraced market capitalism with a moral and theological grounding. *Also appeared in July Buyer's Notes* *Delayed until March 2009 SZH*
A left-leaning socialist, Giles Fraser's conversion to Christianity had only strengthened his belief that wealth creation was another name for greed. Then, watching a street market in action, it all changed and a moral and theological vision of market capitalism took form. Agree with him or not, here is Giles Fraser at his provocative best.
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