Is income inequality is one of the most significant threats to justice in our age? Some voices in the marketplace say so. They argue that the wealthy are becoming wealthier at the expense of the poor. If this were true, it would truly be one of the most significant justice issues of our day. However,… Read More
What are some ways you can help war-torn Aleppo? What surprising message is in It’s a Wonderful Life? How should we remember Ruby Bridges’ famous de-segregation walk? In what ways can you help someone in poverty? Is it possible to be a Christian at Christmas? And what do Evangelicals believe about physician-assisted suicide? Get thoughtful… Read More
Scott Rae, Professor of Christian Ethics at Biola University in La Mirada, CA, recently presented a lecture titled “The Virtues of Capitalism” at Southeastern Seminary. In it, he addressed income inequality, economic theory and why pastors need to be literate about economics. Here are a few excerpts. Economics is about life together. “The intersection of… Read More
What’s the relationship between material and spiritual wealth? In other words, does being godly mean that you’ll be wealthy? The answer, David W. Jones explains, is complicated. More importantly, that question misses the point. “God doesn’t care about whether you’re rich or poor, but he does care what you do with it,” he says. Learn… Read More
How should you talk about the election? Why did Charles Spurgeon die poor? What does a Christian understanding of economics entail? And what’s the key to greatness? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Albert Mohler, Trevin Wax, Andy Crouch, Christian George and Spence Spencer in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.