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Values & Capitalism Campus Reading Groups

Is capitalism compatible with Christian faith?

What are the most effective ways to care for the poor and vulnerable?

How does business contribute to human flourishing?

Are you a Christian college student? Do you want to start conversations about faith and free enterprise with your friends and classmates? Apply to moderate a Values & Capitalism reading group discussing one of our minibooks, which cover a variety of topics, including the moral dimension of economic growth, economic consequences of changing family structures, and how entrepreneurship fosters human flourishing.

Moderators receive:

  • Complimentary minibooks
  • Funding for reading group kickoff and concluding dinners
  • An opportunity for a Skype group discussion with the mini-book author

In turn, moderator commit to:

  • Gathering 6–12 fellow students to join their group
  • Submitting a preliminary reading plan and meeting schedule
  • Reporting on group progress twice during the semester

Choose from our 15 V&C minibooks:

To apply to become a V&C reading group moderator or to join a group on your campus, contact Tyler Castle at [email protected].