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God’s Business: Thinking About Religion Through Economics

God’s Business: Thinking About Religion Through Economics

MRB May 6, 2017 0

Nile Green applies economic thinking to matters of faith Smartphone in hand, with a carefully trimmed beard and a constant eye on his Twitter account. Such is the familiar image of the entrepreneur of

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MRBlog | “Economic Terrorism” and the Rise of the Trump Regime

MRBlog | “Economic Terrorism” and the Rise of the Trump Regime

Thomas J. Whitley November 21, 2016 0

  By Thomas J. Whitley This week Washington state Republican Senator Doug Ericksen introduced a bill intended to outlaw illegal protests, a move that seems patently unnecessary (if the protests are already illegal, there’s no

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First Impressions #68: Roland Boer on the Sacred Economy of Ancient Israel

First Impressions #68: Roland Boer on the Sacred Economy of Ancient Israel

Joseph Ryan Kelly January 19, 2016 0

How a Marxist-inspired theory and Soviet-era Russian scholarship help us better understand the world of the Bible. Joseph Ryan Kelly talks with Roland Boer about his new book, The Sacred Economy of Ancient Israel.

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MRBlog | Indiana and The Economics of Religious Freedom

MRBlog | Indiana and The Economics of Religious Freedom

Thomas J. Whitley April 15, 2015 0

  By Thomas J. Whitley On Monday the state of Indiana hired the public relations firm Porter Novelli. This will not come as a shock to many, especially given the negative attention the state

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Imagining Life Beyond Capital – By Joerg Rieger

Imagining Life Beyond Capital – By Joerg Rieger

Joerg Rieger September 2, 2014 0

Joerg Rieger on Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century There may be no more important topic to discuss at present than that of capital. It might not be surprising to hear such a

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