When Tolerance Turns to Coerced Celebration
Jennifer A. Marshall, The Gospel Coalition
The legal freedom to live and love according to one’s preferences does not imply that government should compel others to celebrate all relationships.
Religious Liberty After Arizona
Ben Domenech, The Federalist
On the importance of trusting markets and people over government.
Moscow’s (religious) reply to Kiev
On the face of things, Monday’s decision amounts to an artful move by the powers-that-be in Moscow to bring a semi-independent daughter church back under control. But maybe it’s not quite so simple.
Why Understanding Economics Means Understanding People
Kristie Eshelman, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
What comes to your mind when you think of economics? Do you think of charts, graphs, and mathematical models, or general principles of human behavior? Can our understanding of the Bible inform our economic thinking?