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(RNS) A group of Orthodox rabbis has designed a popular course to inject more morality into economics -- from the household budget to the stock market. By Lauren Markoe.

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  1. The OT is replete with the need for justice to the oppressed, Isaih 1:17, Pss 10,12&72; for example and Ezekeziel 34! The oft repeated “just weights and meaurementsL Leviticus 19:36 amongst others, calls for the payment of a living wage. ” you shall not defraud your neighbour” Lev 19:13 and elsewhere, says the same. “Loving your neighbour as yourself” same chapter, v 18..means paying him what you pay yourself

  2. attracts mostly Jews and some non-Jews, who gather once a week to hear what ancient Jewish texts have to say about the minimum wage, collective bargaining, CEO compensation and other seemingly modern economic issues.http://www.compmanwc.com/

  3. attracts mostly Jews and some non-Jews, who gather once a week to hear what ancient Jewish texts have to say about the minimum wage, collective bargaining, CEO compensation and other seemingly modern economic issues.