How to understand the three A’s of religious liberty as Christians
Andrew T. Walker, ERLC
Everyone worships something (adoration); everyone wants to live truthfully (authentically); and everyone has an ultimate standard for what they value (authority). These concepts are the building blocks of religious liberty.
How income varies among U.S. religious groups
David Masci, Pew Research
While there is a strong and proven correlation between education and income, it’s harder to know whether there also is a link between religion and wealth.
The case for free enterprise in a populist moment
Arthur C. Brooks, AEI
With no simple solution for reviving equal opportunity, conventional politicians struggle with increasingly angry voters.
How Medieval Towns Paved the Way for Capitalism
Richard M. Ebeling, FEE
It was in the towns of the Middle Ages that there began to emerge the economic, legal, and social prerequisites of the market economy.