The Point of Kuyperian Pluralism
Jonathan Chaplin, Comment
Facing exploitative capitalism and overweening statism, Kuyper’s vision of pluralism should still inspire Christians today.
You’re Not Pushing Paper Across A Desk. You’re Saving the World.
Art Carden, EconLog
In my profession as an economics professor and through churches I have attended, I’ve been around a lot of people who want to “make a difference.” They almost inevitably equate “making a difference” with “working for a government or a non-profit organization like a church that is dedicated, at least in part, to helping poor people.” Rarely do I hear anyone say “I want to work in accounts receivable for a company that makes faucets–or worse, a company that just sells faucets and other sundries.”
Moral Hazard: A Primer
Money and Banking
In this post, we provide a brief introduction to the concept of moral hazard, focusing on how various aspects of the financial system are designed to mitigate the challenges it causes.
Why Is Christian Citizenship a Paradox?
Émilie Tardivel-Schick, Church Life Journal
The major aim of this book consisted in demonstrating that this formulation does not expound a Christian political doctrine, but rather a way of conceiving Christian citizenship in light of the requirements of the universal common good.