Significantly, Copperfield leaves the Murdstones, who represent the mammonism
of his age, and finds his spiritual self.
This emphasis on empathic understanding is in stark contrast to the dominant form of twentieth-first century Christianity in Asia that emphasizes mammonism
and secular success.
Traditional values upheld by Baorun's grandfather are distorted by mammonism
. He has lost his mind and pathetically digs everywhere in search of his soul.
Pakistan to-day is in the vortex of `Gospel of Mammonism
' and `divisiveness'.
In a similar vein Maud posits an authentic, unknowable, and unfinalisable consciousness against the "hubbub of the market," (II.208) and the "mammonism
" of industrial economics.
How can faith in the Spirit as life-giver and liberator navigate through the cliffs of mammonism
and help us in our weakness to not serve "two masters" (Matt.