Taylor University, my alma mater, is a small, Christian, liberal arts university in Upland, Indiana. I attended that fine institution from 2005-2009. Whenever someone spends more than a day on campus or around the student body, they always remark about the tight sense of community.
In August 2012, this community MORE →
Part 2 in a series on Faces of Faith and Work
There’s something particularly disturbing about seeing nothing but black when your eyes are wide open.
As I crawled around on my hands and knees on the ground of Glade Cave, I carefully listened for the voice of our [...]MORE →
Part 7 in a series on Eight Most Popular Myths about Wealth, Poverty, and Free Enterprise
Hasn’t Christianity always opposed free enterprise? It’s easy to think so. In fact, my colleague, Anne Bradley, was asked this question by a student at a MORE →
Part 1 in a series on Economics 101
Editor’s Note: Today we introduce Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley, a new contributor to this blog and the Vice President of Economic Initiatives here at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics. While Hugh Whelchel will continue to post on the Biblical doctrine of [...]MORE →