Why Marxism Fails as a Substitute for Christianity
Marxist historicism cannot uphold humanity in the face of history’s terrors. Only Christianity can shelter man.
Freedom of Choice is What Sets Capitalism Apart — Not Competition
Antony Sammeroff, Mises Wire
To accept without evaluation the presupposition that capitalism is a system of competition — in contrast to other hypothetical systems of cooperation (namely socialism and communism) — is to frame the very debate itself in leftist terms and play the game on an unfairly tilted game-board.
Does your church need to pay the “parking lot tax”?
Elaine Sommerville and Frank Sommerville, ERLC
In short, the IRS has provided its initial interpretation, which may foreshadow its ultimate position when it eventually provides permanent guidance.
What the Old Testament Teaches about Business and the Poor
Gage Arnold, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Does the Bible teach that business owners should give to charity? And if so, what should that look like?