Take a look at John 10: 7-18 to get a view of the significance of the term "hireling" in regards to the differences between a corporatist mindset and true entrepreneurial capitalism. It is doubtless true that the central message of this passage is Christ's love for His sheep, but we can nonetheless note that Christ here points out a central difference between the hired man and the owner of the sheep.
And here's an interesting note about the Cal university system refusing to accept high school transcripts if Scripture appears in textbooks. Good luck teaching civics or history with that approach, or for that matter, accurately presenting the life of Isaac Newton.
Leithart's future-end of Protestantism V: What happened to the flood? - *Paragraph One, "The Future-End of Protestantism":* Protestants often act as if the Reformation were the end of history, the moment when the Church reach...
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