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Cardus Coursepack - Worldview

Welcome to the Cardus Worldview Coursepack. We are delighted to present some of the best pieces from Comment's recent archive for this volume. Browse the full preview or watch the high-def promo video on Youtube here!

God, International Affairs, and the Global Economy

"Imagine you’ve been called into the office of a major Bay Street international investor, or the C.E.O. of a multinational company. He hands a hefty Risk Analysis document to you, but explains, I think our team has missed something in our analysis of this investment. I fear that here, religion and the economy really do mix. Can you help?

Paul Williams

Dr. Paul S. Williams is the Chief Executive of the British and Foreign Bible Society. Prior to this, Williams was appointed the Executive Director of the Marketplace Institute and the David J. Brown Family Chair of Marketplace Theology and Leadership at Regent College in August 2005. Paul Williams trained as an economist and worked in economic consulting...

Raising the Stakes on Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a vast—and rapidly expanding—global epidemic. Bill C-310 introduced an interpretative aid for courts to provide greater clarity to the definition of human trafficking and extended its application as an extraterritorial offence. But there is more to be done.