What Can the Bible Teach Us About Work, Business, and Economics?
American Entrepreneur Radio guest host Jerry Bowyer provides exclusive interviews with business and thought leaders who cover a variety of topics. Jerry assesses the impact that the Bible has on the economy, and our value of work, as he talks with Greg Whelchel of the Institute of Faith, Work and Economics, as well as Greg Forster of the Kern Family Foundation. Plus, Jerry examines the world of independent publishing as he talks with freelance author Robert Bidinotto. And, Jerry examines the role that state taxes play in the movement for tax reform as he talks with Travis Brown of the advocacy group Let Voters Decide. Also, as part of our “Energy: Powering the Future” series, guest host Mark Laskow looks at what happens to the water that is produced during the process of energy manufacturing as he talks with Dr. Leonard Casson of the Swanson School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh.
“If you hit the lottery tomorrow, would you quit your job?” It’s one of the most oft-referenced hypothetical questions in American dialogue, and for Hugh Whelchel, the Executive Director of the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics, the answer is an obvious one, even if it isn’t what you think. He talks with American Entrepreneur Radio guest host Jerry Bowyer about the value of work, the role the bible has in teaching us the importance of work, and the greater good that forms as we use our work to build a better society.
American Entrepreneur Radio guest host Jerry Bowyer talks with Greg Forster, the Program Director for American History, Economics and Religion at the Kern Family Foundation, about the economic lessons that can be found by reading the Bible, and how those lessons translate to a 21st century society.
American Entrepreneur Radio guest host Jerry Bowyer talks with Travis Brown, the President of Let Voters Decide, an advocacy group for tax reform at the state level, about why it is imperative that states, not the federal government, have the power to shape tax policy in the U.S. Plus, they discuss how the state policies differ from state to state.
Need proof that authors can be entrepreneurial? Look no further than Robert Bidinotto, the author of “Hunter” a fiction thriller that is one of the hottest independently published books on the best seller lists. Robert talks with American Entrepreneur Radio guest host Jerry Bowyer about the book, and about the experience of taking “Hunter” and other books from the idea stage, putting pen to paper, getting the book to market, and distributing the book in print and e-book formats.