Acton University 2019 starts today. Whether you’re on site in Grand Rapids or not, I hope you might partake in some of the learning feast the Acton Institute arranges each year. Here are a few ways you might consider as a start:

  • If you’re attending one of my classes (or can’t and would like a peek), my class outlines are available if you click the images below.








  • If you’re interested in criminal justice, particularly from a Christian perspective, while at Acton U I will be recording a Think Biblically podcast with Scott Rae of Biola University. Sign-up for my free updates at my website and/or follow me on social media for an announcement when the podcast is released.

Hope to see you in Grand Rapids this week!



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Why Econ is for Lovers? Sarah’s work—and this website—isn’t just about her love for econ and a desire to share it, but rather that economics, as a tool of prudence, can help us to facilitate the Good of the other, that is to love well. (This slogan is also a whimsical reference to Sarah’s grad school home in Charlottesville as it echoes Virginia’s classic state tourism motto.)