Daily Archives: June 30, 2010

Theology and Implications

Gary North writes that, “A shift in a civilization’s theology has implications far beyond the confines of the sanctuary and the study.” The economic impact in this nation comes decidedly from its theological presuppositions.  Can a nation live on borrowed capital … Continue reading

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Gary North on Sustaining the Protestant Ethic

The Bible affirms the temporal efficacy of hard work, thrift, and the other personal disciplines that we associate with the phrase, “the Protestant ethic.” But these virtues are not sufficient to produce the results hoped for by the wicked. In the language of … Continue reading

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