Feature: Why Poor Nations Remain Poor

Wayne Grudem offers his thoughts on how a biblical worldview affects economic development and how that had contributed to the history of economic growth globally.

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4 Responses to Feature: Why Poor Nations Remain Poor

  1. colleen marie. says:

    is this the same guy that talked about the worldview of Africa at last year’s L’Abri conference?

  2. colleen marie. says:

    is this the same guy that talked about the worldview of Africa at last year’s L’Abri conference?

  3. patton.andy says:

    No, that was Darrow Miller (http://www.soundword.com/whdowohatodo.html)
    But they make the same point: the biblical worldview and economic flourishing are linked.
    This lecture is more like a history of economic development in the world, and Millers was a look at Africa specifically.

  4. patton.andy says:

    No, that was Darrow Miller (http://www.soundword.com/whdowohatodo.html)
    But they make the same point: the biblical worldview and economic flourishing are linked.
    This lecture is more like a history of economic development in the world, and Millers was a look at Africa specifically.

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