December 10, 2014
November 25, 2014
The Power Of Youth, But Let’s Not Get Carried Away
November 19, 2014
How the Christian Worldview Changes Our Approach to Poverty
Christianity sets forth that humans are made in the image of God — that we have particular God-like characteristics when it comes to creation, cultivation, compassion, relationship, and so on. Such a remarkable truth tells us something deeply profound about the world we live in, as well as how we ought to respond in any number of situations. Continue Reading...
October 30, 2014
Poverty, Inc. Documentary Premieres in Austin and Savannah
October 20, 2014
Michael Miller: Let’s Rethink Foreign Aid
Acton’s Michael Miller, director of the documentary Poverty.Inc, spoke with Bill Frezza at RealClearPolitics. Miller asks listeners to rethink the foreign aid model, which has not been successful in alleviating poverty in the developing world. Continue Reading...
October 13, 2014
Can Capitalism Cure Terrorism?
October 10, 2014
PovertyCure’ and ‘Call of the Entrepreneur’ Screened to Central and Eastern Europeans
October 02, 2014
Acton Rome Office Hosts PovertyCure Conference for Seminarians
September 19, 2014
Rule Of Law: Not Flashy, But Essential
July 29, 2014
Audio: The Crucible of Poverty
On July 17th, the Acton Institute hosted a panel discussion titled “The Crucible of Poverty: Perspectives from the Trenches.” The discussion examined the issue of poverty, with a focus on what strategies for poverty alleviation have worked, what strategies have failed, and how we can better help the most vulnerable among us. Continue Reading...