Families Armed With Books Repel The Effects Of Poverty
Allison Kieselowsky, The Federalist
Families that read together build strong bonds and ward off poverty. Here’s what you can do to encourage love for books in your community.
The Business of Spiritual Man
Hunter Baker, Touchstone
The role of Christianity in Peter Drucker’s early work.
A florist loses religious freedom, and much more
Denny Burk, CNN
Stutzman is the Washington florist who has been sued for living out her Christian beliefs. In 2013, a long-time friend and customer came to her flower shop and asked her to provide flowers for his gay wedding. Stutzman had known this man and had done business with him for about nine years. Nevertheless, she told him that she could not participate in his wedding “because of my relationship with Jesus.”
Nit-Picking “Saint” Adam Smith
Stephen Masty, The Imaginative Conservative
How often can writers pretend to discover some well-known thing for “the first time ever?” With poor Adam Smith it has happened again, but commercial promotion inadvertently raises an important matter that only begins with the great First Economist’s religion or lack thereof.