What should you know about DACA and Dreamers? How are Christians helping Houston rebuild? In what ways can God use your job to reach the nations? And can you legislate consumerism away? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Joe Carter, Erin Davis and Andy Johnson in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
How should Christians think about economics and free enterprise? Should Christians be socialists? Jay Richards addresses these important questions in his book Money, Greed and God:Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem (HarperOne, 2010). Richards came to Southeastern Seminary to talk about this book, capitalism, socialism, the art of economics, Ayn Rand, Adam Smith… Read More
If we were to boil wealth and poverty down to its core ingredient, it would be this: material needs, such as food, water, rest and shelter. The wealthy are able to meet their material needs. The poor, on the other hand, are not able to meet their material needs. What does the Bible teach about… Read More
Every day, we face real-world economics issues such as poverty, systemic inequity in housing or farm loans, education or health care. Yet piecing together a Biblical teaching concerning such economic issues is a difficult task for a variety of reasons. First, we tend to focus on what the Bible says about the spiritual side of… Read More
Picture this: In the midst of a busy workday, you use your lunch hour to run errands and check some items off your never-ending list of to-dos. Along the way, you encounter a person holding a sign that says, “Need work. Please help.” This sort of encounter forces us to grapple with the reality of poverty… Read More