The Evangelical Roots of American Economics
Bradley W. Bateman, The Atlantic
As the discipline began to emerge, a group of passionately religious academics wanted it to become a tool for limiting child labor and fighting poverty.
Six Ways the Recession Inflicted Scars on Millions of Unemployed Americans
Ben Leubsdorf, Wall Street Journal
Damage from a layoff can include smaller paychecks for decades, lower rates of homeownership, psychological issues and perhaps even shorter lifespans.
Can Biblical Stewardship Save the Nation?
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
What can Christians do, then, about the situation unfolding in our country?
Three years into his papacy, a recent study shows global admiration for Pope Francis is in sharp decline.