Economics: Biblical vs. Secular

Written by Gary North on November 28, 2015

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It is a matter of historical record that the science of economics has been the creation of theological apostates and atheists. Even in the very early years of the science’s development, during the seventeenth century, the writers most responsible for establishing the terms of economic discourse did so consciously as “neutral” investigators. They did their […]

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Consumer Sovereignty vs. Man’s Autonomy

Written by Gary North on November 28, 2015

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A few years ago, United Airlines ran television ads that featured the phrase, “you’re the boss.” Passengers in the ads were constantly being told, “You’re the boss”, by all the smiling actors who were portraying the United Airlines employees. One fellow l know always made it a point to inquire on every United flight, “Who’s […]

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The Christian Businessman

Posted on November 28, 2015

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Tom Rose For many decades, certain detractors have waged an incessant war against the concept of private enterprise. In schools, young people have been indoctrinated with the ideas that: (1) the principle of private property is tantamount to theft. (2) the employment of workers amounts to unfair exploitation of labor, and (3) business profits come […]

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The Biblical Concept of Property

Posted on November 28, 2015

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Tom Rose The continued existence of poverty and inequality in this world remains a stumbling block to many Christians. Recently, some 200 delegates met at a Christian college to discuss a topic entitled “Ethical Considerations for Christians Concerning Wealth and Power.” The majority in attendance approved, among others, this opinion concerning private property: We believe […]

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Inflation and the Christian

Posted on November 27, 2015

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Tom Rose No problem in America has generated more widespread concern than the problem called “inflation.” Everyone is touched by this pervasive problem in one way or another: (1) Harried housewives struggle week after week to stretch their household budgets in the midst of rising prices. Even Christian mothers who prefer staying home to raise […]

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Death Insurance: How NOT to Cheat Your Wife

Written by Gary North on November 21, 2015

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Your family is underinsured. This is easy to say, since almost all families in the United States are underinsured. If you were to die tomorrow, your wife would have a tough time surviving on the proceeds of your insurance policy — unless you have a very good looking wife under age 30. making rapid remarriage […]

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