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.
- 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:
- Abundant Energy: The Fuel of Human Flourishing, by Kenneth Green
- American Exceptionalism: An Experiment in History, by Charles Murray
- Boom and Bust: Financial Cycles and Human Prosperity, by Alex Pollock
- The Constitution: Understanding America’s Founding Document, by Michael S. Greve
- Economic Growth: Unleashing the Potential of Human Flourishing, by Edd. S. Noell, Stephen Smith, & Bruce Webb
- Education and Opportunity, by Michael Q. McShane
- Entrepreneurship for Human Flourishing, by Chris Horst and Peter Greer
- From Prophecy to Charity: How to Help the Poor, by Lawrence Mead
- Freedom Feminism: Its Surprising History and Why It Matters Today, by Christina Hoff Sommers
- Home Economics: The Consequences of Changing Family Structure, by Nick Schulz
- Mere Environmentalism: A Biblical Perspective on Humans and the Natural World, by Steve Hayward
- The Real Tax Burden: More than Dollars and Cents, by Alex Brill and Alan Viard
- Social Security: The Story of Its Past and a Vision for Its Future, by Andrew Biggs
- Swap: How Trade Works, by Philip Levy & Claude Barfield
- Wealth and Justice: The Morality of Democratic Capitalism, by Peter Wehner & Arthur Brooks
To apply to become a V&C reading group moderator or to join a group on your campus, contact Tyler Castle at [email protected].