A Biblical View of Economics
Part 1 in a series on A Biblical View of Economics
IF WE believe we’re made in God’s image to be creative and are called to use our talents, how then should we work?
IF WE believe we are called to practice [...]MORE →
Part 2 in a series on A Biblical View of Economics
Why is it important to focus on faith, work, AND economics?
Because understanding economics – beyond the financial sense of the word – helps you apply your creativity, purpose, and freedom to the best of your abilities. It [...]MORE →
Part 3 in a series on A Biblical View of Economics
Why would the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics care how a smartphone is made? Why would we want you to care?
Because God has given us the market process as the most powerful tool [...]MORE →
Part 4 in a series on A Biblical View of Economics
Editor’s Note: Today’s post is by Logan Gates, one of IFWE’s summer interns. Logan is a Fourth Year at the University of Virginia, where he is majoring in Political & Social Thought and Latin American Studies.
As [...]MORE →