Economics, as defined by Harold Sloan in A Dictionary of Economics , is "that body of knowledge which treats of the creation and appropriation of goods and services for the satisfaction of human wants. " Spiritually considered, scientific economics treats of the laws of God, operating through self-enforcing Principle, supplying through divine intelligence all good.
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