The First Amendment Didn’t Separate Church and State—Christianity Did
Paul R. DeHart, Public Discourse
It was Christianity, not modernity, that separated church and state. It was modernity, not Christianity, that sought to bind them back together. And, at day’s end, the American order has more in keeping with the Christian apostasy than with either antiquity’s sacral political orders or modernity’s rejection of the claim that there exists any domain outside the jurisdiction of the modern state.
Responsibility Is the Antidote to the Poverty Mindset
Barry Brownstein, FEE
The worst poverty is not material poverty, but poverty of soul.
Protecting competition doesn’t mean protecting competitors
Jason Snead, CapX
With no real competition there is no incentive to innovate or improve service.
Three Core Principles for Helping the Jobless
Kathryn Feliciano, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The doorway out of oppression and injustice often is marked by the assurance of dignity and hope found through God’s gift of work.