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In chapter 18 of Exodus, Moses' father-in-law Jethro instructs him on how to set up a fairly ordered society where Moses doesn't have to burn himself out by answering everyone's questions all the time.

I've heard that this is the basis for an idealizeda form of government and economics known as subsidiarity and distributism respectively. Is this the only place in the Bible where these ideas come up, or do other'sother books build on or recapitulate Jethro's scheme.  

In chapter 18 of Exodus, Moses' father-in-law Jethro instructs him on how to set up a fairly ordered society where Moses doesn't have to burn himself out by answering everyone's questions all the time.

I've heard that this is the basis for an idealized form of government and economics known subsidiarity and distributism. Is this the only place in the Bible where these ideas come up, or do other's build on Jethro's scheme.  

In chapter 18 of Exodus, Moses' father-in-law Jethro instructs him on how to set up a fairly ordered society where Moses doesn't have to burn himself out by answering everyone's questions all the time.

I've heard that this is the basis for a form of government and economics known as subsidiarity and distributism respectively. Is this the only place in the Bible where these ideas come up, or do other books build on or recapitulate Jethro's scheme.

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In chapter 18 of exodusExodus, Moses' father-in-law Jethro instructs him on how to set up a fairly ordered society where Moses doesn't have to burn himself out by answering everyone's questions all the time.

I've heard that this is the basis for an idealized form of government and economics known subsidiarity and distributism. Is this the only place in the Bible where these ideas come up, or do other's build on Jethro's scheme.

In chapter 18 of exodus, Moses' father-in-law Jethro instructs him on how to set up a fairly ordered society where Moses doesn't have to burn himself out by answering everyone's questions all the time.

I've heard that this is the basis for an idealized form of government and economics known subsidiarity and distributism. Is this the only place in the Bible where these ideas come up, or do other's build on Jethro's scheme.

In chapter 18 of Exodus, Moses' father-in-law Jethro instructs him on how to set up a fairly ordered society where Moses doesn't have to burn himself out by answering everyone's questions all the time.

I've heard that this is the basis for an idealized form of government and economics known subsidiarity and distributism. Is this the only place in the Bible where these ideas come up, or do other's build on Jethro's scheme.

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Distributism and Subsidiarity beyond the counsel of Jethro in the Bible

In chapter 18 of exodus, Moses' father-in-law Jethro instructs him on how to set up a fairly ordered society where Moses doesn't have to burn himself out by answering everyone's questions all the time.

I've heard that this is the basis for an idealized form of government and economics known subsidiarity and distributism. Is this the only place in the Bible where these ideas come up, or do other's build on Jethro's scheme.