School of Business
economics, communism, capitalism, biblical worldview, christian worldview, karl marx, adam smith, judeo-christian
Business | Business Law, Public Responsibility, and Ethics | Classics | Corporate Finance
D'Addesi, Vittoria, "The Threat of Communism to Judeo-Christian Tradition and How to Stop It" (2022). Senior Honors Theses. 1156.
Judeo-Christian tradition is what has made America great. Today, the biggest threat to Judeo-Christian values in the United States is the rise of communism. This threat stems from the large-scale decline in the percentage of the American population who adheres to a biblical worldview. A biblical worldview is the moral foundation for Judeo-Christian tradition, so without a dominant biblical worldview, Judeo-Christian tradition cannot survive. There are two parts to the stopping the spread of communism. First, a biblical worldview must be restored to America. Second, capitalism must be upheld because it is the only economic system with which a biblical worldview is compatible and therefore serves as the economic foundation for Judeo-Christian tradition.