#78 Are We Born Good?

The Christian Economist

Are we Born Good? We are not born good. The Christian Worldview explains how fallen people are called to redeem the world by increasing consumer surplus for their neighbors. Chloe Zhao, received the Oscar for best director for her film Nomadland.  Ms Zhao, who moved to the U.S. when she was in high school, referenced…

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#77 A Country Without Borders

The Christian Economist

A Country Without Borders National borders are Biblical.  They should be enforced in a way that cares for neighbors, protects Biblically endorsed private property, and promotes economic thriving. Biblical Economic Policy – https://amzn.to/2Su5p7l

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#75 The Tax Cartel

The Christian Economist

The Tax Cartel   Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen wants to form a multinational tax cartel that will increase corporate taxes that are paid by poor consumers. Christians favor lower taxes that decrease consumer prices and increase employment among disadvantaged groups.  

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#72 Two Worlds

The Christian Economist

Two Worlds   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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#73 Price or Politics

The Christian Economist

Price of Politics   The free market price system more effectively distributes goods to the poor, because it increases the supply. Political economic systems distribute scarce goods to friends and family first via politics, not price.

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