Few topics get such ongoing media attention as does the economy. The Dow,
productivity, interest rates, economic justice, capitalism's excesses,
socialism's grandiose failures, poverty and wealth are all universal
concerns. Capitalism polarizes people perhaps the most of any economic
system. Is it the best alternative? Does it agree with Christian
principles? What is a Christian view of economics and is it superior? See
our Special Focus...
Ethics of the Environment
In a reversal, President Bush said "No" to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, which
he says unfairly impose emission controls on developed nations. In
another controversy, the Federal government will allow oil drilling on
protected lands. A global, mainstreamed environmental movement strenuously
opposes such moves. What worldview do they represent? What responsibility do Christians bear?
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filled with meaning and purpose. The full-text of his book,
Loving Monday--as well as other information--is here for
everyone who wants to succeed in business without selling out.
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