‘ecconomics’ Category

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 24

Conclusion: God’s dealings with man have always been on the basis of covenant-His covenant. If this is the case, one of the vital… 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 22

by Andrew McColl, 14/7/2015 There are four kinds of civil justice in today’s political theory: procedural, restorative, retributive, and distributive. Each has its defenders…. 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 21

by Andrew McColl, 7/7/2015 With the arrival of compound economic growth in 1800, the thinking of the Western world began to change. What… 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 2

by Andrew McColl, 30/6/2015 God possesses absolute sovereignty. Yet He shares sovereignty through delegation. This was manifested in the original dominion covenant (Gen…. 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 19

by Andrew McColl, 23/6/2015 The parable of the talents focuses on economic investment. A resource owner gives capital to three servants. He tells… 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 18

by Andrew McColl, 16/6/2015 The amillennialist necessarily argues as follows. “The promise of the Second Commandment is hypothetical. It is an ideal. It is… 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 17

by Andrew McColl, 9/6/2015 The heart of Christian economics—and every other academic discipline and practical organization—is the dominion covenant: the subduing of the… 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 16,

by Andrew McColl, 2/6/2015   Men must make economic evaluations in their office as God’s stewards. They must evaluate their success or failure, individually… 0

The Forgotten Depression

By Lew Rockwell (www.lewrockwell.com), 19/5/2015 As the financial crisis of 2008 took shape, the policy recommendations were not slow in coming: why, economic… 0

Book Review: “The Covenantal Structure of Christian Economics” (Gary North, 2014) Part 13

This is why Paul tells men to stick with their callings. “Let every man abide in his own calling wherein he was called” (I… 0

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