Theological Ethics in a Neoliberal Age is a work of academic moral theology. It is written, however, with a view to the “ordinary” Christian, someone who recognises that money is a serious ethical problem for Christians and who wants to think about how to live differently. The book has been eagerly received by such audiences, especially in Ireland. However, some readers found the detail of the book intimidatingly complex. To help guide the reader through the text, we have developed a Discussion Guide which can be used for solitary reading or in a small-group setting. Featuring an introduction, and a brief glossary, we hope that it will be an aid for the non-specialist interested reader.