Helping the Poor in the Concrete

by (@Cuchulain09) May 24, 2013

By Faith J. H. McDonnell (@Cuchulain09) I heard this once in a sermon: A psychology professor with no children lived next door to a family with numerous rambunctious sons. Whenever the professor heard one of the parents scolding a child he poked his head over the fence and said, “Tut, tut, Mr. Smith. You should love your boy, not punish […]

An “Augustinian Sensibility” for Evangelicals in Politics

by (@markdtooley) February 21, 2013

Speaking at an American Enterprise Institute (AEI) symposium on evangelicals and politics, pundit Mike Cromartie urged an “Augustinian sensibility” that understands boundaries between God’s and man’s kingdom. “We can never claim to have won the culture,” warned Cromartie, vice president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Instead he suggested a more realistic approach rooted […]

Liberation Theology and Capitalism Clash at Cedarville

by (@bjgingerich) November 5, 2012

Cedarville University, located in Ohio, played host for the American Dreams Conference in October. (Photo credit: Blogspot)   As Christians came together at evangelical Cedarville University’s “American Dream Conference” in Ohio recently, local business leaders and students heard the case for two very different approaches to economics and the biblical foundations for each. Continuing with […]

Liberation Theology and Capitalism Clash at Cedarville

by (@TheIRD) November 5, 2012

By Barton Gingerich As Christians came together at evangelical Cedarville University’s American Dream Conference  in Ohio recently, local business leaders and students heard the case for two very different approaches to economics and the biblical foundations for each. Continuing with the goal of balance, the conference featured a showdown between significant government control and laissez-faire […]

Evangelicals Discuss “The American Dream” at Cedarville University

by (@TheIRD) November 1, 2012

By Bart Gingerich On October 25th and 26th, Christians from the right and the left convened at Cedarville University in Ohio to debate economic policy from a religious standpoint. Representatives from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), Sojourners, Evangelicals for Social Action, and the Discovery Institute touted mathematical figures, ethics, and biblical interpretation before an audience […]