Usurers Are Not Gentlemen

Today's Maurin

The Prophets of Israel and the Fathers of the Church forbade lending money at interest.

Lending at interest was called usury by the Prophets of Israel and the Fathers of the Church.

Usurers were not considered to be gentlemen when people used to listen to the Prophets of Israel and the Fathers of the Church.

When people used to listen to the Prophets of Israel and the Fathers of the Church they could not see anything gentle in trying to live on the sweat of somebody else’s brow by lending money at interest.