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If Christians struggle to connect their faith to their jobs, connecting faith to economics can feel especially abstract. But Jay Richards, an IFWE distinguished fellow and author, believes that economics, like physics, is governed by laws, and those laws have been instituted by God. Therefore, Christians have a duty to rightly understand how those laws work. – Megan Fowler
We don’t plan long-term because if we do we’ll just get our hearts broken. It’s best not to hope. You just take what you can get as you spot it. – Derek Thompson
Black Friday’s Two-Way War on the Poor The New York Post
There’s nothing wrong with marketing ploys. But there is something wrong with preying on people’s impulses to the extent that they are sacrificing time with their families for one day that shouldn’t be commercialized. Time is the real gift. – Nicole Gelinas
Burden Bearing and Biblically-Based Healthcare Acton Institute
Throughout the history of the church, Christians have been actively involved in the provision and funding of health and medical resources. But for the past 50 years, these functions have been treated as political problems reserved for the state rather than matters to be addressed by the church. – Joe Carter
Why Strong Families are Essential to Liberty Values and Capitalism
Ultimately, Pearlstein connects nationwide family problems to both our economy and our morality, showing that they are detrimental to personal lives and our society’s health. – Joy Pullmann
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