Biblically Responsible Investing Is Not Easy, but Maybe Worth It?

Biblically responsible investing is the practice of making investments that do not conflict with a person’s religious belief. After all, how can a deeply pious person invest in a cigarette company or alcohol company and then condemn those who indulge in such vices? Biblically responsible investing thus requires intensely informed investing practices. Socially responsible investing, […]

Would You Eat Ugly Carrots to Save Money?

“Ugly produce” a is term for aesthetically unpleasing food that usually goes unsold in lieu of more cosmetically appetizing fruits and vegetables. Bruised, blemished, or misshapen apples, double-headed carrots, or irregularly sized produce are examples of ugly produce. Not pretty to look at, but just as healthy as advertisement-worthy fruits and vegetables. Ugly produce is […]