Morality and Economic Freedom: A Response to Gregg
Robert T. Miller, Public Discourse
Aristotelian-Thomistic moral philosophy doesn’t imply that every economy should be capitalist.
Natural Law and the Economy: A Reply to Miller
Samuel Gregg, Public Discourse
Natural law does not demand capitalism, but we can deduce from natural law that some institutions that are key to market economies are normally just, while practices key to socialist arrangements are usually unjust.
The Biblical Roots of Private Property
Jay W. Richards, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Property is rooted in the grand story of the Bible. It was given by God at creation, as a means by which we exercise our call to stewardship and dominion as we fill the earth and develop it.
The Book We Still Can’t Spare
Lars Walker, The American Spectator
Without the Bible, can there be democracy?