Property Rights and Religious Liberty
Larry P. Arnn, Imprimis
Many Christians, while they cherish religious liberty, seem to believe that property rights, and the commerce that arises from the establishment of property rights, are somehow un-Christian.
Has capitalism devoured Christmas?
Michael R. Strain, Washington Post
Christmas comes once a year, but it highlights a larger question: Does capitalism, and the consumerism it enables, have adverse effects on the moral character of individuals and society? Is modern capitalism incompatible with Christian living?
Christmas and Vocation
Gene Veith, Cranach
One thing you learn from the doctrine of vocation is that the Christian life includes what we might describe as the secular. The realm of “Christian” does not consist just of overtly devout exercises.
Actually, things are pretty good
Glenn Harlan Reynolds, USA Today
Free markets and free inquiry have changed the historic ‘norms’ of poverty and violence.