How should we understand hierarchies, markets, freedom, happiness, anthropology, and spiritual formation? Three Christian thinkers respond to each other.

by on July 8th, 2018

Market economies are not inherently hostile to Christian spiritual formation. And expanding the scope of Church authority into the temporal realm is no substitute for traditional spiritual practices such as prayer and fasting.

by on May 31st, 2017

Political theory typically attributes political action to one of two main motivations: idealism or self-interest. But incompetence plays a much larger role than many assume.

by on February 28th, 2017

For both economic and spiritual reasons, a basic income guarantee isn’t the solution to widespread unemployment due to new technology.

by on October 3rd, 2016

Neither the New Testament nor the writings of early Christians support the idea that material wealth is intrinsically evil.

by on November 24th, 2014

New data suggest that countries that value and protect religious liberty offer fertile soil for economic liberty to flourish.

by on October 3rd, 2013

Higher education is not a guarantee for success. Young people need not only a high quality education and strong economic opportunities, but also the integral social bonds that come from a society that defends freedom of religion and association, as well as healthy marriages.