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Category: Public Square

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Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a series on biblical principles that are essential to poverty-fighting efforts.  Each of…

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Editor’s Note: As we celebrate Veterans Day (Nov. 11), IFWE would like to honor all those who have sacrificially served…

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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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Why Relationships Are Key to Helping the Poor

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

6 minute read

Conversations about poverty and the alleviation of poverty tend to focus on providing material resources to meet the needs of…

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As America celebrates Halloween, many here and overseas celebrate an anniversary that changed the world. October 31, 1517 marked the…

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This month we celebrate the five-hundredth anniversary of the posting of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses on the church door in…

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I’ve heard a thought-provoking statement repeated in some Christian circles: Caring for the poor is too big for the church….

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As we discussed last week, the U.S. dropped from the second most economically free country in the world in 2000 to the…

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Was Jesus a socialist or capitalist? The Bible essentially says, “Neither.” Yet, we can’t leave these ideas unexamined. Christians are…

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