John Omicinski

August 12, 2002
How many times have we mumbled our way through the Nicene Creed giving not a second thought to our firm vocalized belief in the revolutionary proposition that there shall be a ldquo resurrection of the body rdquo after death and not simply some vague new life for our immortal soul How often p
March 18, 2002
Economics has dabbled in theology from its beginnings Two centuries ago Adam Smith the father of economics got the theological ball rolling with his assertion that prices were determined by the Invisible Hand of competition in the market Karl Marx rsquo s theory of capital was that it was a reli