April 19, 2016
March 31, 2016
Ten quotes from economist Walter E. Williams
On this day in 1936, Walter E. Williams was born in the city of Philadelphia. The George Mason University economist is famous for his classical liberal views, often arguing that free market capitalism is not only the most moral economic system known to mankind, but it allows for the creation of the most wealth and prosperity. Continue Reading...
March 21, 2016
Little Sisters of the Poor to the Obama Administration: Don’t Force Us to Violate Our Conscience
January 13, 2016
New Issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality (18.2)
Our most recent issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality, vol. 18, no. 2, has now been published online and print issues are in the mail. In addition to our regular slate of articles examining the intersections between faith, freedom, markets, and morality, this issue contains the text of the Theology of Work Consultation symposium at the 2014 conference of the Evangelical Theological Society. Continue Reading...
January 08, 2016
JMM’s Most Downloaded Articles
It’s a new year, and I’ve had occasion to do some retrospection on various things, including the Journal of Markets & Morality. The Fall 2015 issue is at the printers, and that marks the completion of 18 years of articles, reviews, essays, translations, and controversies. Continue Reading...
August 13, 2015
The Realism of S. L. Frank
July 07, 2015
Classic Chuck Colson: Stand Up For Religious Freedom
June 05, 2015
What’s the ‘Magna Carta’ Got To Do With It?
June 04, 2015
Religious Freedom and the Common Good
May 06, 2015