In this Areopagus Journal on economics, four writers aim to provide the reader with a foundational understanding of the subject upon which to build. Two articles deal with basic methodological issues surrounding the question about how to best engage in the inquiry of the subject, while the other two articles explore some of the foundational principles that ought never to be abandoned.
This journal presents crucial information on the topic of the issue distilled by the authors for those without the time or the inclination to read numerous books on the topic.
Veritas: Christian Economics by Craig Branch
Christian Anthropology and Economic Method by Shawn Ritenour
The Compelling Natural Law Case for the Free Market by Paul A. Cleveland
A Christian Understanding of Economics: Mutual Gains from Trade by Eric Schansberg
Life, Liberty, and Property by Thomas Tacker
Basic Economics, 3rd Ed. by Paul A. Cleveland and Clarence B. Carson
The Gospel is for Christians by Mitchell L. Chase
Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business. 20th Anniversary Edition by Neil Postman