Economics and Sin

Sin is not always immoral although it frequently is. Further, sin Is not automatically tied to religion. Sin guarantees a negative outcome. A lot of sin is stupid rather than immoral. In any case, the sinner ends up at a disadvantage. An economic policy with a sinful beginning eventually does more harm than good. The dire circumstances of economies around the world are due to policies that have had sinful beginnings. Matters are made worse because sinful decision have been made along the way. How about an example? During the great depression, economic theories were born which required government to make economic decisions. Is there a problem there? Yes, governments don’t make economic decisions and are unable to. Governments make political decisions. These theories had no chance of working and the result is that now politics rather than economics is responsible for allocating resources.
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