When Charity Doesn’t Look Like Charity

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From my friend Josh Good at the Values and Capitalism project, here’s a great video showing how sustainable economic solutions can be built on free market principles: If you teach – at a university, at a school or at home – on values and economics, you might go to Values and Capitalism and learn more about their [Read More...]

You Built a Company – Now Use It to Build a Better World

Children at the WBC learn trades to provide for themselves.

You did — with all apologies to the President (I kid) — build it.  You built a company.  You invested an enormous amount of time and effort and resources into creating a company and now that company is alive and doing its work. You built a company.  That’s terrific.  Now the question is: What will [Read More...]

Morning Report, July 31: Charity, Circumcision, Half-Brained Babies, and Virgins

[If you're looking for the Harry Potter essay, scroll down, or go here.] 1.  This essay on First Things crafts a clear and helpful distinction between charity and tolerance.  This is a part of what Kierkegaard gets at when he says that the Christian concept of love is quite different, and sometimes even diametrically opposed, [Read More...]


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