Category Archives: Economy

One Courageous Response to Gendercide – The War Against Females, Part 1 of 2

by Gary Brumbelow and Darrow Miller Over 20 years ago, Dr. Ted Yamamori, the President of Food for the Hungry International, was walking through a refugee camp in Ethiopia. He heard the unmistakable cry of an infant struggling for life. … Continue reading

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EFFECTIVE COMPASSION: Seven Proven Principles

Marvin Olasky is Editor-in-Chief of World Magazine and author of multiple books, including The Tragedy of American Compassion which has been especially influential in DNA circles. Marvin was the keynote speaker at the March 3 DNA benefit dinner in Phoenix. He has graciously … Continue reading

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A Response to a Reader … Why So Much Heat?

My recent post Why So Much Heat About Social Justice? Part 2 generated such a thoughtful comment from a reader that I want to use a new post to respond. Thanks, Steve, for taking the time to write. Your remarks suggest that we have a … Continue reading

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What Exactly Do You Mean By “Social Justice?”

The phrase “social justice” has made a surprising comeback within Evangelical circles in the past few years. But what exactly do people mean when they use this phrase? For some, it  simply means helping the poor in general, but I’ve found that … Continue reading

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The Villars Statement: Looking at Relief and Development from a Biblical Worldview

Almost a quarter century ago a group of scholars, relief and development practitioners, and missionaries gathered near L’Abri Fellowship in Villars, Switzerland, to discuss, debate, and reflect on the state of global hunger and poverty and the Christian response to … Continue reading

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The Biblical Morality of Economics

Writing recently in the Wall Street Journal, Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, brought some clarity to an increasingly opaque discussion about the national debt: “this … is a moral fight, not an economic one.” The economic dimension is … Continue reading

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Economic Freedom: What Does it Look Like on the Street?

Chris Wassell recently sent me the brief video below. I thought well worth passing on to our readers. The video shows the contrast between countries with the greatest economic freedom and those with the least. It shows very clearly how true … Continue reading

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Darrow Down Under

Darrow recently took time from a busy speaking schedule in Australia to be interviewed by Matt Prater at History Makers Radio. Matt asks Darrow about his personal journey and what message he was bringing to Australia. Darrow also explains why Enron’s … Continue reading

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Too Few the Wise: The Folly Driving the Global Chaos, part 2

In my first installment I pointed out that healthy societies are built only on the foundation of wisdom, and wisdom comes from God. God is the spring of wisdom, understanding, and knowledge. While the words are interrelated, they are not as … Continue reading

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Too Few the Wise: The Folly Driving the Global Chaos, part 1

Today’s headlines almost defy imagination. Riots in unlikely places: Athens—ancient capital of democracy, Israel—island of freedom in a sea of tyranny, London—billed for the 2012 Olympic games as one of the world’s safest big cities. Nations approaching bankruptcy: Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Italy … … Continue reading

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