Sunday, February 26, 2006

A New Definition of Economic Equilibrium.

Equilibrium is one concept that appears universally in all economic literature. Despite the differences in the ideas about how its significance plays itself out, the equilibrium forces are too powerful to ignore, which accounts for the universal agreement.

The center of the divine economic model is a restatement of this equilibrating force. The center of the divine economy model is called the 'divine economy.' This is a new definition of economic equilibrium.

The equilibrium called the divine economy implies that things that run counter to the Will of God cannot sustain themselves. The prosperity infinitely bestowed upon mankind is inherently built in. As mankind becomes more 'in His Image' by acquiring virtues the economy will respond accordingly.

Human interventions into the economy, therefore, are actually acts of corruption within a divine institution. There is no doubt that we live in a time when people doubt that God is the All-Bountiful Provider. It is this lack of trust that tempts us to interject ourselves into the economy. Despite having imperfect knowledge and despite our obvious uncertainty of the future we delude ourselves into thinking that we are equipped to delve into the economy. There will come a time in the future when all these efforts will be seen as child's play that occurred before the promised age of maturity. The sooner we enter this age of maturity, the less turmoil and suffering for all.

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