Conference looks at religion, economics correlation

The struggling economy has tested the faith of many Americans. Baylor sponsored a conference Thursday through Saturday inviting Christian economists and professors from around the world to speak on the topic of faith and economics. The lecture series, called “Three Perspectives on Economics and Faith,” celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Association of Christian Economists. Faithful economists are those who use their Christian faith to broaden the science of economics. Ed Noell, representing Westmont College, suggested that there are three moral values guiding faithful economists in their work. more

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