A New Disney for a Renewed America

There’s a lot of talk these days about the fragmentation of American culture. While America has always had an important level of religious diversity, today we just don’t seem to have anything in common. We live in separate moral universes, and we seem to encounter each other only on the battlefield. Our imaginative worlds are [Read More…]

The story of markets and morals

By Bruce Baker In the months leading up to the crash of 2008, Chuck Prince, CEO of Citi, was asked to justify his firm’s bullish appetite for leveraged lending. He acknowledged the risk of an impending liquidity crunch, and yet explained that he really had no other option but to play along with the rest [Read More…]

Profit and religious liberty

Our inadequate theology of work and economics has encouraged our culture to think about religion in a way that forces it out of cultural life. [Read more…]