January 29, 2014

The Truth About Income Inequality

It seems that the truly greedy people aren't the wealthy but those who want to take their wealth from them.

Joe Carter:
Because it is often rooted in personal envy or based on concerns about what will happen if envious people don’t get what they want, Christians should be very hesitant about legitimizing the issue of income inequality. Our primary economic concerns should be for the well-being of the poor and for the creation of conditions that lead to greater human flourishing for all our neighbors. Focusing on income inequality does neither. In fact, the focus on income inequality has become a distraction that has hampered our search for solutions to our true economic problems.
Read the rest here: What Every Christian Should Know About Income Inequality | Acton Institute

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