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Business as a calling

Do you live vocationally in your day job, even if you aren’t making a career of it? God’s calling on your life is not a maintenance request, the task is not finite, nor is it particular. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.18.17

Pope Well-Intentioned But Misguided on Climate Change William O’Keefe, E21 Pope Francis, a holy man whose life and values can serve as a model for all, has become convinced that human activities involving fossil use are the cause of recent hurricanes. Continue Reading...
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The human cost of the EU’s anti-GMO policy

Commentators have long said that banning genetically modified food (GMOs) harms human flourishing. Thanks to a new study, that harm can now be quantified. A study published in late July studies the impact of delaying the approval of GMOs in five nations: Benin, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, and Uganda. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.15.17

The Answer to Consumerism Is a Changed Heart, Not New Laws Andrew Spencer, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics Critics of the free-market approach sometimes confuse a free-market economic system with consumerism. Continue Reading...
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StarCraft as soulcraft: Lessons from a classic computer game

The video game developer Blizzard Entertainment, best-known today for its massively popular World of Warcraft (2004), first released a lesser-known classic in 1998: StarCraft. The science fiction warfare and strategy game was the best-selling PC game of the year, and it sold nearly 10 million copies over the next decade. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 09.14.17

Has First Things Given Up on Freedom? John Zmirak, The Stream Rusty Reno just published a long piece at his magazine, First Things. It’s a kind of defense of why he has shifted the magazine’s editorial stance on politics and economics. Continue Reading...
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