The Christian Economist

The Government has committed to spending $2.35 trillion – with more to come – and the Federal Reserve Bank has committed to $4 trillion.  This episode looks at the Christian view of crisis economics.

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The Christian Economist

Women soccer players are being underpaid by the US Soccer Federation.  They should start their own league so they can benefit from the market, where “everyone votes.”

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The Christian Economist

During the 2020 Coronavirus recovery, the Federal Reserve Bank claimed to “save” companies.  This is where Christianity and economics converge: Companies can’t claim spiritual salvation, nor can the Fed save companies.  Individuals can be saved, and individuals make decisions within companies that cause them to prosper or fail.

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The Christian Economist

Economists practice “The Dismal Science,” and we don’t know what’s going to happen.  But,  three days before Easter, we are sure of the resurrection.  The podcast begins by stating it was recorded April 2.  That is incorrect.  It was recorded on April 9.

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The Christian Economist

The Value of Statistical Life branch of economics helps Christians understand the balance between life and work, when faced with difficult questions about shelter-at-home policies as opposed to returning to work.

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