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Category: Economics 101

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Are you receiving a tax refund or making a payment this year? If you’re making a payment, writing your check…

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Five Reasons Why Aquinas Supported Private Property

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

5 minute read

Is private ownership of property contrary to human nature? Since the “earth is the Lord’s” (Ps. 24:1), it would seem…

  • Economics 101

When someone gets ahead of others financially because of hard work, calculated risk-taking, and innovation, it is not only good—it…

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Is It Unfair to Others When You Succeed At Work?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

5 minute read

While it may seem surprising, income inequality is a fact of economic life that is derived from our uniqueness—our different…

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Income Inequality and Our God-Given Abilities

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

4 minute read

To best understand what the Bible has to say about income inequality, we need to look at two points: the…

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Is Income Inequality Ever Natural and Biblical?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

5 minute read

Income inequality is a fact of economic life. People are born with different gifts, and they choose to pursue them…

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Income inequality continues to be a hot topic and it’s important for Christians to be able to think about it…

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Capitalism is often used as a curse word in contemporary political discourse. For others, it is used as a description…

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Why You Can’t Measure the Value of Homemaking

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

5 minute read

Chasing toddlers, keeping the house clean, and preparing meals is hard work. I learned this from experience during a six-month…

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Should Our Goal Be to Create Jobs at All Costs?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

6 minute read

Will the coming new technology, like driverless cars, destroy millions of jobs in the U.S.? How should we think about…