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PowerLinks 03.18.15

Christians and College Debt Samuel James, Patheos This story poses an important moral dilemma for Christian collegians, many of whom find themselves in exactly the kind of financial straits described above. Continue Reading...

Religion & Liberty: A Roundtable on Common Grace in Business

In the fall of 2014, business people, scholars, and theologians converged on the campus of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, for the Symposium on Common Grace in Business. The event was conceived and co-sponsored by the Calvin business department and the Acton Institute as a way of highlighting Abraham Kuyper’s theological work on common grace – the grace God extends to everyone that enables him or her to do good – to the business world. Continue Reading...

Trafficking In Human Organs Continues To Grow

Trafficking in human organs is, sadly, one of the fastest growing criminal activities today. Often, victims are told they have an illness that requires the removal of a kidney or are offered large sums of money, which they often never collect. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 03.17.15

Why Don’t American Protestants Care That Middle Eastern Christians Are Dying? Kazimierz Bem, OnFaith Liberal Protestants are remaining silent, essentially condoning the actions of ISIS. Read the words of an Orthodox bishop kidnapped in Syria nearly two years ago The Catholic World Report On April 22, 2013, both the Greek and Syriac Orthodox archbishops of Aleppo, Boulos Yazigi and Gregorios Yohanna Ibrahim, were kidnapped in Syria near the Turkish border. Continue Reading...

Confucius a Capitalist?

When a country is well governed, poverty and a mean condition are things to be ashamed of. When a country is ill governed, riches and honor are things to be ashamed of. Continue Reading...