Christianity and Marxism

The author stresses the unchristian nature of capitalism which is especially prevalent in the North-South relation, the unlimited and cruel exploitation of the countries of the "South". He discusses the sins and merits of the historical Christianity placing special emphasis in the latter group to the statements supporting the poor. He characterizes apostolic Christianity – among other things – as the example of base communities guided by social ownership. He points to the relations between the ideals of original Christianity and Marxism, although blames the latter one for undervaluing the role of the individual.