Christianity and the Economy

Christianity and the Economy 

ProLifeCorner- By Larry Plachno- An increasing number of people are noticing that as our society moves away from basic Christian principles, we all do worse and our economy has problems. Some of the more obvious items in the news are that Greece is struggling with its economy, numerous Americans are either unemployed or underemployed, and both Chicago and the State of Illinois are struggling financially. Chicago now has the highest sales tax in the nation while Illinois, in spite of recent tax increases, is more than a billion dollars behind in its pension funds and is seeing jobs and residents leave the stat

How does Christianity have a bearing on the economy? The first problem is that we have failed to understand the wisdom of Jesus Christ. The second is that we have failed to understand that Christianity is more than a religion and is divine guidance on how to best live our lives and how to best run our society. None of this is rocket science and is easy to understand. Continue reading

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Announcement-        ProLifeCorner.com – 4-19-2014 – by Staff – We just received an e-mail from a loyal prolife friend telling us about a book we can receive absolutely free.  We’ve ordered it and are looking forward to reading it in the very near future.  It has many recommendations, including from Fr. Frank Pavone and Rev. Dr. John Trigilio.  This is a special offer and is good only for the next 48 hours, so take advantage of it and perhaps if we all work together we can once again truly call ourselves a Christian nation.

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Obama Campaigns on Abortion to Hide His Economic Failure

by Ken Connor | LifeNews.com | In the three days of “speechifying” that constituted the 2012 Republican National Convention, precious little time or rhetoric was devoted to the topic of abortion. While Messrs Romney and Ryan (along with notable speakers including Condoleezza Rice and Marco Rubio) delivered rousing speeches certain to ignite the conservative base, the American people heard little from Republicans about the death toll of the unborn in America Continue reading