Tag Archives: economics and business

“No Evidence Bad Times Are Boosting Church Attendance”

Per Gallup, a trend spotted by the New York Times a few days back may not pan out as much of a trend after all: “a review of Gallup Poll Daily tracking data, in which 1,000 randomly selected people each … Continue reading

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When Times Are Good…

…  you don’t burn incense; when times are bad, you hug Buddha’s foot.  You heard it here first. Want it in the original? No prob.

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Theology Outside the Tribe

The ravishing and brilliant Ilana Mercer has a column on input from Judaism to economic principles. In line with its efforts to educate about Judaism’s philosophical affinity with the free market, the Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies has inaugurated the … Continue reading

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Atheism = subprime meltdown

Mad Max and the Meltdown. This WSJ piece is very strange…pinning financial irresponsibility on the negative externalities of secularism. Has he heard of prosperity theology? Has religion inoculated America’s most pious ethnic group, blacks, from the folly of taking out … Continue reading

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