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Category: Public Square

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Four Reasons to Persevere in Serving the Poor

By: Kathryn Feliciano

6 minute read

A few years ago, I sat down with Tony Casson, founder of Mission Muffins, a ministry of a D.C. men’s…

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This week, we’re continuing a series on the biblical concept of Jubilee—its context, its definition, and what it means for…

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Does one woman becoming rich give her power over a poor woman? As I discussed in a recent blog, economics…

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This week, I’m attending the high school graduation of my nephew, the oldest of my twelve nephews and nieces and…

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Do politics and public life have anything to do with God? That’s the question Vincent Bacote, associate professor of theology…

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Tearfund is a U.K.-based nonprofit that works with poor communities across the globe. They understand that there is more to…

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Is Forgiving Debt a Biblical Mandate?

By: Dr. Art Lindsley

6 minute read

Last week I began discussing the topic of Jubilee, a biblical practice that has become more prominent in discussions about justice,…

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In a highly anticipated decision, the Supreme Court ruled Monday on the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CCRC) case. In a…

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In a recent hearing, U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan questioned Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg about his company’s remarkable success by asking…

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A common criticism of free markets and market-based economies is that they make the rich richer at the expense of…

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