Is Religious Liberty Biblical?
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The First Amendment guarantees the free exercise of religion, a broader concept than freedom of worship. It covers the right to live a faith-based life in the public square. Is this a biblical idea or a humanistic opinion with no scriptural foundation?
Are You Crunchy? Thank Capitalism
Bethany Mandel, The Federalist
You can eat free-range eggs, organic kale, fresh juice from your Vitamix, and cruelty-free meat. For that, thank a country that boasts more economic freedom than most.
Eritrean Christians Face A Time of Great Tribulation
Michael Avramovich, Mere Comments
Eritrea’s dictator is Isaias Afwerki, who has ruled his nation as a single-party authoritarian state since 1993. His government’s human rights record is among the worst in the world.
How the ‘Evil Corporation’ Became a Pop-Culture Trope
Angela Allan, The Atlantic
Seventy-five years of American films and novels have articulated deep-seated fears of the power of business.