The issue isn’t whether Christians are better at performing a routine surgery or teaching algebra—we aren’t. The issue is how people will respond when the incentives aren’t there.
True generosity looks less like a soup kitchen and more like a potluck.
Justin Buzzard and Eden Chen on Christian and non-Christian views of the economy, concluding with a brief evaluation of capitalism.
Frederick Douglass was a remarkable thinker, as well as a remarkable human.
A prosperity that doesn’t include the ability to work is no prosperity at all.