The Christian Economist

Gambling violates five of the “Ten Commandments of Biblical Economics” as explained by Arnott & Saydometov in Biblical Economic Policy: Work is good, don’t covet, use honest measures, love your neighbor, and take care of widows and orphans.

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The Christian Economist

Political and economics systems draw from the same root: Systems that seek to control the fallen nature.  The result is democratic republicanism in politics and free market capitalism in economics.

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The Christian Economist

Cancelling student debt is a very bad idea, because it creates moral hazard.  If education is for the individual and for life, the individual should pay.  If education is for the community and it’s a trade, the community should pay.

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The Christian Economist

We are thankful for free market capitalism that has caused life to be better than anytime in history.  And, it’s going to get better because of Christian Capitalism.

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The Christian Economist

Four of the “Ten Commandments of Biblical Economics” in the book Biblical Economic Policy, support free-market trade of national currencies: 1. People should be free, 2. Use honest measures, 3. Work is good, and 4. Trade is good.

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