average JoeOhio Tour cont.: We headed to Delphos, Ohio, where I was interviewed by a reporter from the Delphos Herald. While talking about the economy, he said it was his belief that the core of our current state of capitalism is conflictual. That is, it’s for the most part about cut-throat competition. I said we had researched a Christian business paradigm called the Economy of Sharing, where businesses across the country are committing the first third of their profits (off the top) to humanitarian aid agencies into the Third World. These businesses also commit to paying their employees a “living wage,” commit to be good environmental stewards, and so on. What’s more, if they find out a competitor is in trouble — they offer their help. I mean when you think about it, would Jesus ‘turn the screws’ to help push a hurting competitor out of business? Common sense would say no on that one… When then went to Jim’s Restaurant in Delphos for lunch. (Great ‘Mom & Pop’ place!) NBC News out of Lima caught up to us there. During the interview, I said that: “Instead of joining the PTO, Liz and I decided to run for president.” (Liz always rolls her eyes when I say that.)… Later that night I gave a talk at a prayer group in Delphos. Afterward, the prayer group leader told me his daughter was at a college in St. Louis majoring in: social justice. How absolutely refreshing.