• Economy & Work •
March 2, 2009
Families everywhere are experiencing tremendous economic hardship and Christian families have not been immune to these difficulties. But how do Christian convictions on family, gender roles, and work intersect with economic strain? On today’s program guest host Russell Moore welcomes pastor and author Mark Chanski for a helpful discussion on how the economy affects Christian…
January 29, 2009
Are evangelical churches rightly understanding basic ideas of Christian economic responsibility? Only a day after the House of Representatives passed Pres. Obama’s $819 billion stimulus plan, guest host Russell Moore welcomes guests Marvin Olasky and Eric Sapp to the program. Olasky is provost of The King’s College and editor-in-chief of WORLD. Sapp, a founding partner…
December 15, 2008
October 10, 2008
The American economy continues to dominate the media coverage, and for good reason. But are Christians generally prepared to offer a distinctly biblical interpretation of the underlying questions swirling around in our conversations? On today’s program, Dr. Mohler discusses the moral questions at the heart of our economy.
October 3, 2008
Now that the economic “bailout” plan has been passed by Congress, expect all parties involved to claim credit if it appears to work and deny blame if the crisis worsens. Though the primary problem is a crisis in the credit markets and the financial sector, the entire economy feels the crunch. The crisis now may lie in the awareness of uncertainty — and no one likes uncertainty when it comes to matters economic.
September 24, 2008
The headlines tell the story as recent days have seen the American economy and its financial system buffeted by seismic failures and the virtual disappearance of major investment banks. The debate raging in Washington these days concerns the form and extent of government intervention that will be required in order to restore stability to the financial markets.
September 23, 2008
August 28, 2008
Barack Obama has made his proposal for universal preschool a central plank in his campaign. However, in a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Shikha Dalmia and Lisa Snell argue that proposals like Sen. Obama’s are not only economically problematic, but also pose a threat to the education of young children. On today’s program,…
August 22, 2008
Writing in today’s edition of the Wall Street Journal, Tony Woodlief comments on the often confused messages our culture, including our churches, give about the meaning of work. We may not always realize it, but our children are forming their own attitudes on work, often by virtue of what they see and hear from us.
February 8, 2008