Acton Institute: “What Christians can learn from Utah’s economic success”

 

A very nice place.  I could be happy there.
Tippets Valley, in southern Utah (Wikimedia Commons public domain)

 

What Christians can learn from Utah’s economic success

 

We can and probably should overlook the slight hint — reflected in the title and, just a bit, in the article itself — that, in contemplating Utah, Christians are observing a laboratory full of heathens.  (It reminds me of a pamphlet that I saw many years ago that was designed to raise money to buy a radio station in Utah Valley.  The plan was to beam Christian messages into an area that, the authors of the pamphlet informed its readers, had fewer Christians per capita than India.)

 

On the whole, the article is positive, pleasing, and . . . well, encouraging.

 

Matthew 7:16-20.

 

 

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