Thoughts On Economics
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Editor’s Note: Today we introduce Elise Amyx, a new contributor to this blog and the newest member of the IFWE staff. She will post periodically about economics and faith.
Why is modern economics so confusing?
I studied economics at [...]MORE →
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In my previous post, I explained why modern economics is unnecessarily confusing for the non-economist.
This is because neoclassical economics only looks at a small piece of the big picture. It places a heavy emphasis on mathematics and assumes away the [...]MORE →
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Tina Turner coined the phrase “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” in 1984 when the song was originally released. The question is particularly relevant for why Christians should care about economics.
Time after time the Scriptures remind us that God [...]MORE →
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Jesus replied: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.”
In recent posts, my colleague Art Lindsley has discussed the importance of connecting [...]MORE →
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Whether it’s a question of what to make for dinner or which job to take, the majority of the decisions we make every day have something to do with economics.
If economic decisions deal directly with the human person and our [...]MORE →
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In a recent Townhall article, Grove City College political science professor Dr. Paul Kengor described an alarming interaction he had with one of his students:
[He] told me of the elite Christian private school [...]MORE →
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Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.
- 1 Corinthians 15:58
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