Despite the fact that the economic processes are the major cause of
political and social changes, economic knowledge in the Christian world is
still obviously scarce. Therefore, most of all knowledge acquired by mankind
over the last decade is backward relatively to the rapid development of
civilization and economy. Or it is dangerous, in essence, even diabolical, as a
result, managing people to the destructive and criminal activities. Further
follow them, as well as the reliance on old and false knowledge threatens to
further damage the global humanity, putting it in a danger of extinction.
To avoid the coming conundrum Christians must return to traditional
Christian values and sources («grassroots») and perform a critical review of
the economy, liberate it from the ideological delusion and protect people's
interests and personality in the midst of an economic activity.
As a result, they created a long-time prosperity of their economy. Their
national traditions and way of life are copied in many parts of the world. Way
of life of the United States,
England, Switzerland is still the envy and pattern
for many nations. Is not random that a deep systemic crisis of modern economy
has coincided with their apostesy from Christianity and its principles in the
name of so-called "tolerance". And that is why there are more insistent
demands for returning to Christianity as the basis of their national and
personal identity, the need to return to basics (grassroots).
In the history of the world’s economy there were a number of countries
were quite closely matched the Christian economic model. It was England
after the revolution of 1640, the Netherlands after the revolution of
1648, the United States
after winning independence in 1776, the Calvinist Switzerland. In these
countries Christians’ faith in God and work considered as the foundation
their religious and personal freedom, family values and the way of
source of social and personal wealth. Honest labor and non-luxury were
considered in these countries as the one of the highest virtues and
Christian duty for every man to form ethical and moral principles.