John MacArthur Dialogue

On November 10, 2010 Arthur Brooks joined with Master’s College president John MacArthur to discuss the intersection of Christianity, Values, and American Public Policy. Arthur spoke about “capitalism as a moral imperative” and the importance of creating a culture conducive to “earned success” while MacArthur buttressed these points and added to them with scriptural support regarding work and virtue.

To see the event in its entirety, visit the Master’s College website: “Christianity, Values, and American Public Policy.”

photo courtesy of The Master's College

  • Just Thoughts

    The path he chose was a path going in the opposite direction of many his age, but he chose it with the same thirst for swift achievement. As soon as he reflected seriously on it, he was convinced and convicted of the existence of God and of the immortality of the soul, and at once he instinctively said to himself: 'I want to live for immortality with Him and I will accept no compromise.' -Dostoevsky, Brothers K