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Category: Economics 101

  • Arts & Culture
  • Economics 101

Does there exist in the world a system that can lift up the marginalized and the poor, providing them with…

  • Economics 101
  • Theology 101
Usury in Nehemiah

By: Dr. Chad Brand

9 minute read

So far we have observed Old Testament references to usury in Leviticus and Deuteronomy, Psalms and Ezekial. Today we will…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
How Should Christians Think About the National Debt?

By: Susan Wharton Gates

6 minute read

In January 2023, the United States reached its national debt limit of $31.4 trillion. Set by law, the debt limit…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
How To Think About Student Loan Forgiveness

By: Susan Wharton Gates

9 minute read

On February 28, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments for two cases challenging the Biden Administration’s…

  • At Work
  • Economics 101

Mike Rowe, famous for his show “Dirty Jobs,” recently stated, “Good work implies the existence of bad work. Bad work suggests…

  • Economics 101

Raising the minimum wage would help some people. It would help the people who can get minimum wage jobs and…

  • Economics 101
  • Theology 101

Editor’s note: Hugh Whelchel was recently featured in an interview with Praxis Circle. Below are a few highlights of that…

  • Economics 101

Editor’s note: Dr. Anne Bradley was recently featured in an interview with Praxis Circle. Below are a few highlights of…

  • Economics 101

Editor’s note: Dr. Anne Bradley was recently featured in an interview with Praxis Circle. Below are a few highlights of…

  • Economics 101

Dr. Anne Bradley recently concluded the two-part webinar series “The Christian Economic Model,” hosted in partnership with Praxis Circle.  While…

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