Tag Archives: religion and economics

Christian Ethicists and Economists, Again. The David Brat Effect Continues, for a Little While Longer

David Brat’s interests in economics and Christian values received attention from Michelle Boorstein, a religion reporter for The Washington Post (article titled “David Brat’s Victory Comes with a Rise in the Crossroads of Religion and Economics,” June 14, 2014, Local Section of the Post).  She observes that Brat’s victory over now former House Republican Majority […]

Christian Ethicists and Economists

These are interesting times for American politics.  Republicans in the House voted earlier today for their new majority leader in the wake of Eric Cantor’s stunning defeat by his Republican primary opponent David Brat, an economics professor at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA.  The coverage on Brat’s victory is ubiquitous, and in one New York […]