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Category: Economics 101

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Whether you liked economics class in school or not, if you want to be a good steward of God’s resources,…

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Do you know what’s great about a jigsaw puzzle? You always know what it’s supposed to look like in the end….

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Does “Fair-Trade” Coffee Help Poor Nations?

By: Dr. Wayne Grudem

7 minute read

The following article is an excerpt from an essay by theologian Wayne Grudem and economist Barry Asmus in IFWE’s new…

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How Do You Know If Prices Are Fair?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

6 minute read

How are prices set in our economy, and are such prices legitimate, or just—especially in times of crisis, like a…

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Kale was once a lowly green that we fed to guinea pigs or used as disposable garnish on a platter….

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Does Capitalism Foster Greed?

By: Dr. David Kotter

6 minute read

Editor’s Note: In his essay, “A Christian Critique of Capitalism: Is Capitalism Based on Greed?” (IFWE’s new book, Counting the Cost:…

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How do people make decisions about buying and selling goods and services? Understanding how knowledge shapes people’s decision-making is one…

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In the late 1970s, our energy outlook was not looking good. Over six years, gas prices had tripled and there…

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Our hearts and prayers go out to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The images and videos are unbelievable. Scripture instructs…

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Understanding economic principles is important for developing a holistic definition of stewardship, a concept IFWE always seeks to place in…

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