Barry talks with Dr. Brandon Seitzler about water, diamonds, chicken, and using our money to communicate our values.
Barry talks about the values behind our health care system.
On today’s Free for All, Winston, Barry, and Brandon chat about a caving ice shelf, animal right activists, and economics in relation to selfishness. Winston’s Article Barry’s Article Brandon’s Article
Barry talks with Dr. Brandon Seitzler, Professor of Politics and Economics, about free trade and the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Barry discusses a quote from Thomas Sowell, an American Economist, regarding employment and minimum wage with Dr. Joseph Wooddell.
Everett Berry joins us to talk about a topic of focus in the recent CTR journal that touches on many everyday issues, such as work, business, government, health care, and foreign relations: economics.
Dr. Joe Wooddell drops by to talk with Barry his recent post on the Criswell blog about energy consumption and productivity.
Joe Wooddell drops by to finish the conversation with Barry about the goal of a believer’s involvement in government: creating an environment where the gospel of God can flourish.
Dr. Wooddell finishes up his series on economics from a Christian worldview and answers the question: If we keep using the earth’s resources for a growing population, won’t they run out?
Dr. Joe Wooddell drops by to continue the conversation about economics and answers the question: Doesn’t capitalism foster unfair competition?