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Eric Rasmusen

Eric Rasmusen is an economist who holds an endowed chair at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and has held visiting positions at Harvard, Yale, Chicago, Oxford, and Tokyo. He is best known for his book Games and Information and he has published extensively in law and economics, including recent articles on the burakumin outcastes in Japan, the use of game theory in jurisprudence, and quasi-concave functions. The views expressed here are his personal views and are not intended to represent the views of the Kelley School of Business or Indiana University. His vitae is at http://www.rasmusen.org/vita.htm.

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Why is Christianity Today Running Interference for Pastor James MacDonald?

Disturbing as the James MacDonald revelations are, what is more disturbing is to see Christianity Today defending him.

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Christians suing Christians? Examining James MacDonald’s reasoning

So is it sinful to sue, or not? Let’s take a look at the question, in general and in this particular case.

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Would The New York Times ever lie?

The mainstream media has raised lying to an art form. What they’ve done is what we all do on an amateur level—they’ve just perfected the method, being, after all, professionals.

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*Nota del traductor: Cuando leí este artículo hace unas semanas sabía que estaba tocando un punto importante. En realidad la persona del pastor Keller y la realidad política en EEUU son secundarias y sirven como una parábola para confrontar una tentación que está muy... read more

What makes Tim Keller uncomfortable…

Courage is primary I admire Pastor Timothy Keller of Manhattan’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church. He writes good books and delivers good sermons. When I am in New York, I attend one of the churches in the mini-denomination he has created within the PCA. But he’s the... read more

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