Faith and the Economy

Faith and the Economy
What would it look like for students to take hold of the injustice of the university and financial system, to claim it even as they rise above it?
Want to reduce poverty? Find a way to reform campaign finance, says Tony Jones, theologian and author of “Questions that Haunt Christianity.”
(December 12, 2012) Jim Wallis, president and CEO of Sojourners, and Elizabeth Tenety, a religion editor at The Washington Post, discuss the Fiscal Cliff. The video is featured in the ON Scripture The Bible article, "On the Fiscal Cliff with...
(December 7, 2012) As President Obama and Congressional leaders inch toward an agreement to avert the "fiscal cliff," the Rev. James Forbes, the president and co-founder of The Healing of the Nations Foundation and former senior minister...
(May 21, 2012) The Rev. Seamus P. Finn has been widely quoted in the print media this week because of pointed questions he asked JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon at the company's shareholder's meeting. Finn represents the Catholic...
(February 15, 2012) From Jews to Episcopalians, more than two dozen faith community members convened at the St. John's Baptist Church to celebrate what they call a victory in their battle for "living wage" legislation.
(August 12, 2011) Prompted by the Congressional debate over the debt ceiling, faith leaders from nearly every tradition have banded together to fight potential cuts to social programs they see as crucial to supporting the nation's vulnerable...
(July 29, 2011) Both chambers of Congress are slated to vote today on a debt ceiling deal that would cut deficits by at least $2.1 trillion over the next 10 years, but does not include any tax hikes.