God in Economics

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by Jerry Bowyer

“Before we can even ask how things might go wrong, we must first explain how they could ever go right.”

These words from Friederich August Hayek, the Australian-born economist who won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1974, set us on our path. To understand how economics may become warped, we must first examine economics in its original, pristine form. This, of course, requires us to return to the starting point of all things: God Himself.

What role did God play in the creation of economics, and what was His original intent?

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