Integral Human Development and Subsidiarity: A Closer Look
Matthea Brandenburg, PovertyCure
In pondering ways to address the complicated issue of poverty and reach out to those less fortunate, it can be beneficial to look to those already deeply involved in the poverty alleviation process.
Religious freedom is a right but not an absolute one, Europe’s top court said Tuesday, ruling that British Airways discriminated against a devoutly Christian employee by making her remove her crucifix, but backing a U.K. charity that fired a marriage counsellor who refused to give sex therapy to gay couples.
A Congressman’s Crusade for Human and Religious Rights
Faith McDonnell, Juicy Ecumenism
Evoking the moral apathy and failure of the past, U.S. Representative Frank R. Wolf (R-VA) recently asked church leaders around the United States to use their influence for those who are persecuted.
Why Is There No Free Lunch?
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
Although the origin of the phrase “There is no such thing as a free lunch” is unknown, it goes to the core of economic thinking. It is one of the first concepts you learn in an introductory economics class.