How do we as Christians discern the nature of economic justice? Whether or not we realize it, some normative system of values partially determines every economic decision we make. The Bible provides norms for thinking about economics in two basic ways: the biblical story and a biblical paradigm on economic justice.
This article is about free enterprise, and the goal and limits of free enterprise.
If economics is the study of resource allocation, how should Christians approach this study? This article explains the challenges and benefits of studying economics as Christian.
May a Christian invest in the stock market? The author looks at a few of the ethical questions that a Christian has to deal with when considering the stock market.
This article is about John Calvin's view on the legitimacy of interest. Calvin could agree with the idea of interest, but also placed restrictions on the charging of interest. This article also looks at the relevance of Calvin's view on interest for the credit crisis of 2008 and the policies of banks and governments.