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  • by Michael Kelley
Recently Pope Francis slammed capitalism and the free market, advocating redistribution of wealth and other steps to level out incomes between rich and poor. What does the Bible say about Christianity and capitalism?
  • by Robert H Berendt
God teaches us how to stay afloat in troubled times.
  • by Rex Sexton
Families have been hit hard in the recent economic downturn. Personal incomes have sunk for some, and home values and retirement funds have plunged for many. Where can you find a truly safe investment?
  • by Michael Kelley
The recent debate over raising the U.S. debt limit showed a national leadership bitterly divided over the country's priorities and how to address its debt explosion. What are the larger implications of this debacle?
  • by Larry Walker
In a time of severe economic crisis and instability, where can we turn? Jesus Christ and the Kingdom He will establish represent the only true stabilizing force in the world.
  • by Frank Dunkle
With no signs of the economy improving anytime soon, gold prices are soaring—and many are looking to precious metals to save them from ruin. How do we prepare for financial disaster?
  • by Michael A Snyder
Personal and national fears, anxiety and anger skyrocketed over the past few weeks as American politicians fell to verbal blows.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The late French President Charles de Gaulle once dismissed the United States and Britain as "the Anglo-Saxon debtor nations." Four decades later, their enormous debt is forcing the two countries into a period of dramatic change.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Most observers of the financial scene are fully expecting a damaging currency war principally between the People's Republic of China and the United States, but extending to the euro and other global currencies.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Increasingly it seems that the United States cannot solve its problems—whether it be the economy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, illegal immigration or the Gulf oil spill. Previous generations seemed to know what to do. Has America lost its way?
  • by Peter Hawkins
Britain's new government is making radical efforts to rein in government debt. Will other nations follow? What got us into this mess? What will it take to eventually solve our economic problems?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The economic upheavals that frequently plague our economies won't end until Christ returns and establishes a godly financial system. So, what should a Christian who trusts God and believes His written Word do in times like this.
  • by Mike Bennett
Far too many American young people enter adulthood unprepared. Teachers, mayors, parents and even the president have a role in changing this, but ultimately the students themselves must take ownership of their education, both in school and throughout life.