PowerLinks – 02.12.13

An Evangelical Looks at Pope Benedict XVI Russell D. Moore, Moore to the Point With Pope Benedict XVI’s shocking resignation this morning, evangelical Christians might be tempted to see this the way a college football fan might view the departure of his rival team’s head coach. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 02.11.13

Full Text of Pope’s Declaration on his Resignation Vatican Radio Pope Benedict XVI on Monday said he plans on resigning the papal office on February 28th. Below please find his announcement. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 02.08.13

Deciding Who Gets Religious Freedom: The Latest HHS “Accommodation” Matthew J. Franck, Public Discourse In the latest proposed version of the HHS mandate, the government presumes to say which employers get religious freedom and how much they get, but all religious employers are obligated to live out their beliefs and should have the freedom to do so. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 02.07.13

The Myth of the Zero Sum Game Jay Richards, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics Myth #3: The Zero Sum Game Myth – believing that trade requires a winner and a loser. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 02.06.13

5 Reasons You Should Celebrate Black History Month Jemar Tisby, Reformed African American Network While not everyone agrees Black History Month is a good thing, here are several reasons why I think it’s appropriate to celebrate this occasion. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 02.05.13

What We’ve Forgotten About Vocation Jeff Haanen Even though the concept of a divine calling is so pervasive in Scripture, today we have largely lost some of its key tenets. I think we’ve lost at least three things. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 02.04.13

My Valuable, Cheap College Degree Arthur C. Brooks, New York Times I possess a 10K-B.A., which I got way back in 1994. And it was the most important intellectual and career move I ever made. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 02.01.13

School Choice: Key to Improving Hispanic High School Graduation Rate Israel Ortega, The Foundry The problems with American education are especially pronounced among Hispanics: Latino students lag behind white peers in high school graduation rates across the country. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 01.31.13

Right Is the New Left Joy Pullman, Values & Capitalism Father Robert Sirico, a leader in “morality of capitalism” public arguments, recently spoke at my alma mater, Hillsdale College, on how to think about social justice. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 01.30.13

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. Continue Reading...

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