• OPTIONAL SESSION: Economics for Everybody by

    Economics for Everybody seeks to remedy that through an insightful and entertaining exploration of the principles, practices, and consequences of economics. Thoroughly unconventional, it links entrepreneurship with lemonade, cartoons with markets, and Charlie Chaplin with supply and demand. It’s funny …

  • Government Intervention: Basic Principles & Education by

    Government intervention in an economy can significantly affect the ability of Christians to be faithful stewards. In this lesson, we will look at an example of government expansion from WWI Germany; at the basics of intervention; at a brief history …

  • Kingdom Economics by

    The cosmic struggle between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent has an economic dimension. In this lesson, we’ll look at the implications of this struggle on economics and history; at the strategies Christians can use …

  • Economics Has Consequences: The Real Effects of Sin by

    Sin has very different consequences depending on the structure of economic systems. In this lesson, we’ll look at a comparison between North and South Korea; at the way economies take sin into account; at revolutionary socialism in practice; at the …

  • The Two Mysteries of Monetary Policy: Inflation & Depressions by

    The fact that government and banking-system inflation leads to recessions/depressions has serious consequences for stewardship. In this lesson, we’ll look at money; at interest rates; at the Federal Reserve Bank; at inflation; at the boom/bust cycle; and at …

  • The Welfare & Corporate States of America by

    Government intervention greatly affects American society by redistributing the wealth of the nation. In this lesson, we’ll look at the nature of welfarism and its impact on society; at the Biblical perspective of charity; at the growth of corporatism; and …

  • A Tale of Two Theologies: Economic Philosophies & Systems, Pt. 2 by

    An economic philosophy and system should enable men and women to be effective stewards before God. In this lesson, we’ll look at a ‘North Star’ Principle concerning stewardship; at the spectrum of economic systems; at two types of economic philosophies …

  • A Tale of Two Theologies: From God to Politics, Pt. 1 by

    Theological ideas have far-reaching consequences, including both political and economic systems. In this lesson, we’ll look at the competing worldviews of Christianity and Atheism; at how philosophy, theology, and economics are related; at Theology, or one’s
    view of God; at …

  • The Path from Work to Wealth: Production, Property & Tools by

    There are some key economic principles that lead to prosperity. In this lesson, we’ll look at positive and negative views of wealth; at the importance of work; at the means of production; at private property; at savings; at the division …

  • The Role of the Entrepreneur: Capital, Calculation & Profit by

    Individuals who seek to create new products or services are engines of economic growth. In this lesson, we will look at the entrepreneur; the role of capital in production; the importance of economic calculation; the source of jobs; the role …

  • And God Created Economics by

    The study of economics begins with God and His creation of the world. In this lesson, we will be looking at the implications of the creation on economics; we will study the relationship between economics and stewardship; we will talk …

  • The Economic Problem of Sin: Law, Liberty & Government by

    Sin is one of the primary issues that affects economics. In this lesson, we will look at the impact of the fall on economics; the way sin affects our relationships to the creation and to other men and women; the …

  • The Route from Scarcity to Plenty: Money, Markets & Trade by

    God has put certain economic relationships in place that enable us to overcome the natural scarcity in the world. In this lesson, we’ll look at economic value; the nature of free markets and trade; the purpose of money; the role …

  • How to Be a Good Steward by

    All of us are given resources by God to manage for His glory. How do you manage your budget? How do you manage your time? What do those answers say about your regard for God’s possessions and His kingdom? The …

  • How to be a Good Steward (Part 2) by

    Do you find it distasteful when religious leaders talk about giving money to their ministries? How about when God does? How should the New Testament believer understand tithing? Does the tithe have to go to the church only or can …