Blog author: jcarter
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Defending the Soup Kitchen
Elise Amyx, Values & Capitalism

There are a lot of irresponsible charities out there. Some create dependency, and others hurt local businesses by dumping free supplies.

The Puzzle of Religious Liberty
Benjamin Wiker, Catholic World Report

Why the affirmation of religious liberty can lead, ironically, to its extinction at the hands of the secular state.

Business As Ministry
Andre Yee, Desiring God

Anyone working in a “secular” job will be tempted to think of work as less significant or less God honoring than that of, say, a pastor. I have struggled here, and over the years I have met many others who struggle with a sense of purpose in their daily work — wondering if they need instead to give themselves to pastoral work or Christian ministry in order to truly “do God’s will.”

The Real Problem with Highly Regulated “School Choice”
Andrew J. Coulson, Cato Institute

Our reason for concern over this pattern is also grounded in empirical evidence: it is the least regulated, most market-like private schools that do the best job of serving families.