This week marks the 151st birthday of Max Weber.
He was born n April 21, 1864, in the Prussian city of Erfurt. He would become a pioneer in sociology and shape many discussions on the relationship between economics and religion for decades after.
Weber’s best known work is The Protestant [...]READ FULL POST →
Part 18 in a series on Faces of Faith and Work
Isaac Cheatham has always had a strong passion for teaching and sharing the gospel. During college, he wanted to pursue ministry work.
Those closest to him expected him to become a preacher, but today he is a [...]READ FULL POST →
The newest edition of For the Least of These: A Biblical Solution to Poverty is being released by Zondervan this week.
Professors at colleges and universities across the country have been using the book in their classrooms and book clubs. Today five of those professors share the most noteworthy insights into poverty [...]READ FULL POST →
Editor’s note: A new edition of For the Least of These: A Biblical Answer to Poverty is being released by Zondervan today. Anne Bradley, IFWE’s vice president of economic initiatives and one of the book’s editors, reflects on the impact of the book and why it’s important for Christians to work together [...]READ FULL POST →
Part 2 in a series on The Mission of God’s People
This first chapter of Genesis is more than the opening to the first book of the Bible. It is the opening chapter in the grand story of God’s redemptive plan for his creation.
This comprehensive [...]READ FULL POST →
Do you think fear has consequences?
What are the consequences of fear at work?
To some degree, the consequences of fear depend on the type of fear. But, generally, we need to be careful not to lie to ourselves about fear.
It’s easy to believe that we can be alone with our [...]READ FULL POST →
Part 1 in a series on The Mission of God’s People
Today, when most Evangelicals think about Genesis 1, these questions come to mind:
Did God create the world in six ordinary days? Were these “days” great ages or epochs? How should we understand the theory [...]READ FULL POST →
Christian hipsters and capitalism don’t mix, or at least that’s what Brett McCracken argued in his 2010 book Hipster Christianity. His thesis proved correct a year later when many young Christians joined the Occupy movement to protest the evils of Wall Street.
But today’s young Christians are thinking about capitalism differently. They’ve [...]READ FULL POST →