The Moral Challenge of America’s Pension Crisis
Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest
America’s pension crisis has crossed the line from financial challenge to moral crisis.
The Spiritual Value of Mortgage Banking
Derek Rishmawy, Reformedish
In some churches, guys are often fed the lie that unless they’re a pastor, or doing some ‘secular’ work that can be quickly linked to some moral or spiritual value, it’s 2nd-class work.
A Farmer’s Mission to Reweave Shalom
Elise Amyx, Values & Capitalism
Everything is interwoven in God’s great design. Salatin says his personal mission statement is “to develop emotionally, economically, and environmentally enhancing agricultural prototypes and facilitate their duplication throughout the world.”
What Does the Old Testament Says About Poverty and Riches?
Walter Kaiser, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The basic thought of the Torah is that Yahweh is the protector and defender of the poor. God does not want his kingdom to have poverty, though he knows that because of sin this goal will not be accomplished until he returns.