The Values & Capitalism Blog

The Values & Capitalism blog is a forum for discussion about issues of Christian faith, economics, politics, society, poverty, and more.

Loving Your Idle Neighbor

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It’s been a few weeks since I last posted something in my “Bible & Economics” series, but I think a return to the topic is well served by the verses from II Thessalonians I’ve selected to delve in to today.

Risk and Reward

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In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, author Sue Shellenbarger discussed different ways that companies were rewarding ways that their employees took risks.

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