The Silence of Pastors on Economic Evils

Especially note this part:

“One of the great evils of modern economics is its purported scientific basis. Mathematics of a sort, and science of a sort, are substituted for morality. It will not do to tell our statists that their economics is a form of theft by law; their graphs and statistics are designed to replace economic morality with economic “science.”

Economics was once taught as a branch of “moral philosophy.” Adam Smith himself was a Professor of Moral Philosophy (although his ethics followed Hume, unhappily, but his economics presupposed an “Invisible Hand”). Today, moral considerations are banished from economics in favor of pseudo-science.”

God is punishing the West for its moral insanity, and the lashes will only cut deeper until there is repentance… or death.

Either way, God and His LawWord wins… but He (and I!) would recommend repentance. God’s victory is greater that way I would claim, our lives would certainly be far more better, and Satan’s loss is harder too!

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sunset churchThe Economics of DeathEmilyCarr-Indian-Church-1929

By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony

 The Bible is full of economic wisdom which often goes neglected in our day because the Bible, the book for all of life, is too commonly reduced to a devotional manual and all “non-spiritual” truth is discarded. Solomon, for example, tells us, “cast thy bread upon the waters; for thou shalt find it after many days” (Eccles. 11:1). The reference here is to rice planting. The rice is broadcast into water paddies, as it were; the family’s “bread” or food is thrown away, in a sense, but only thereby is a harvest possible in the days to come. In Psalm 126:5,6, the same fact is stated even more vividly: “They that sow in tears shall reap in joy. He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him.” Here we have…

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