The Christian Economist

The Christian response to two worlds is to find a community of fellow believers from which to gain strength.  That is how Christians can be in the world, but not of the world.

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The Christian Economist

“The government should punish evil, but not do good.  The church should do good, but not punish evil.”  Art Lindsley, Counting the Cost.

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The Christian Economist

Eight observations about a Wall Street Journal article make the point that individual choices result in a person being rich or poor.

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The Christian Economist

Christians want a free political environment and a free economic environment because God gave us freedom to accept or reject His invitation of salvation.

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The Christian Economist

Christian Economics tells us we are called to be followers of Christ and to do what supplies the demands of our neighbors.  We do so when we specialize.

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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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