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Category: Public Square

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  • Theology 101

Do you wonder what you’re accomplishing when you have to cajole and cheerlead your kids through their homework each night?…

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A full evaluation of capitalism and consumerism requires a consideration of the scriptural values informing our use of wealth and…

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The United States has been one of the most economically free countries in the world, but it might not stay…

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Christians can agree that God has called us to care for the poor, but many disagree on the best way…

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Most of us have heard the refrain that to reduce poverty in the U.S., we need to get young people…

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Editor’s Note: With the rise of human trafficking, many nonprofit organizations are working not only on prevention and law enforcement…

  • Economics 101
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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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Editor’s note: The Trump administration recently reinstated work requirements for those receiving welfare benefits through the Temporary Assistance for Needy…

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Several excellent articles have been written about the recent passing of Michael (Mike) Cromartie. Christianity Today, the Ethics and Public…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square

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

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