Cutting the deficit of humanity – a Christian Scientist’s perspective on morality and the economy

The worldwide Manager of Christian Science Committees on Publication, Russ Gerber – my boss! 🙂 – has been invited by The Washington Post to comment in response to the question of whether faith values have a place in determining issues like levels of taxation.  Citing the example of Jesus at a meal offered to him by a wealthy man, Russ strips the question down to an underlying basic inquiry…

You can read Cutting the deficit of humanity in the Post’s On Faith section.

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Author:Tony Lobl

I write and speak on spirituality from my perspective as a Christian Science practitioner. I am also an Associate Editor for the Christian Science periodicals. I studied at the University of Surrey earning a BSc Hons Degree in Modern Mathematics before the impact of spirituality on health caught my attention and re-shaped my career.

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