Power Tends to Corrupt
Christopher Lazarski, Liberty Law Blog
In this podcast, Lazarski underscores Lord Acton’s historical quest to find the conditions of liberty, as well as his formal understanding of what constituted liberty.
Pope Francis’ Missionary Church
James V. Schall, S.J., Catholic World Report
The Pontiff’s focus (and impatience) is “this-worldly,” but it is not “utopian” or modernist.
Beyond Social Work: Reflections on Poverty Alleviation
Greg Lane, Patheos
How should Christians approach poverty alleviation? By following Scriptural commands for helping the poor, and by working with families, churches, businesses, and government to effect lasting change.
What Can George Bailey, Jerry Maguire, and Gordon Gekko Teach Us About Entrepreneurship and Evangelism?
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
What follows is an entertaining history of entrepreneurship as seen through the eyes of movie and television writers, including everyone from Ralph Kramden of The Honeymooners to the creators of the current reality show Shark Tank.