10 episodes

Dave Arnott and guests discuss Christian economics, conservative economics and how they relate to current events.

The Christian Economist by Dave Arnott The Christian Economist by Dave Arnott

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Dave Arnott and guests discuss Christian economics, conservative economics and how they relate to current events.

    Episode 17: Don’t Covet

    Episode 17: Don’t Covet

    Economic inequalities – like all inequalities – should be praised as a part of God’s creational intent.

    • 10 min
    Episode 16: Building Up or Tearing Down

    Episode 16: Building Up or Tearing Down

    This podcast is based on the Greek idea of Sisyphus and asks us as Christians whether we are building up or tearing down.

    • 11 min
    Episode 15: Healthcare is Not a Moral Right

    Episode 15: Healthcare is Not a Moral Right

    The crossroads of Economics and Christianity is freedom.  Healthcare as a moral right means the labor of healthcare providers is owned by others.  That denies their moral freedom.

    • 10 min
    Episode 14: 1776

    Episode 14: 1776

    Four of the most life-changing events in history providentially happened in 1776: Political: The US Revolution Economic: Adam Smith wrote The Wealth of Nations Social: The Scottish Enlightenment Technological: James Watt improved the steam engine.

    • 11 min
    Episode 13: No Crash Diets

    Episode 13: No Crash Diets

    Christian Economists are mostly on the political right, because we believe in progressive renewal, not violent overthrow.  This podcasts quickly moves from Christian worldview to politics to economics, with the conclusion that we should “re-create” the existing order, not destroy it.

    • 13 min
    Episode 12: All Things in Common?

    Episode 12: All Things in Common?

    Acts 2 says we should hold “All things in common.”  Some Christian economists claim this endorses socialism, but it does the opposite: It endorses individual giving, which exemplifies free market capitalism.

    • 11 min

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