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How eschatology transforms our economic action

As the church continues to navigate the challenges of the modern economy, we’ve seen a renewed recognition of the “earthiness” of our God-given callings—embracing the mundane and material aspects of our daily work and rejecting the “sacred-secular divide.” Yet in our earnest efforts to become more “earthly minded” for heavenly good, we face new temptations toward a different sort of lopsidedness. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 06.05.18

Explainer: Supreme Court supports baker in an important religious liberty case Joe Carter, ERLC Today the Supreme Court handed down a ruling in the most important religious freedom case of the year. Continue Reading...

6 facts about the brewing U.S.-EU trade war

Late last week, President Donald Trump announced he would impose steel and aluminum tariffs against U.S. allies across the transatlantic sphere. Here are the facts you need to know: President Trump applied a 25 percent tariff on steel and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum against the European Union, as well as NAFTA trade partners Canada and Mexico. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 06.04.18

Cronyism Feeds on the Success of Capitalism—but It Should Not Be Confused with Capitalism Itself Tyler Curtis, FEE It is only by the introduction of more capitalism, markets free of all corruptible interference, that cronyism will be diminished. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 06.01.18

Why Capitalism Is Morally Superior to Socialism Walter E. Williams, The Daily Signal Free market capitalism in America has been so successful in eliminating the traditional problems of mankind—such as disease, pestilence, hunger, and gross poverty—that all other human problems appear both unbearable and inexcusable. Continue Reading...