Part 5 in a series on FAQ’s
I’m currently in the middle of a “radio tour,” doing interviews about my new book How Then Should We Work? with radio stations across the country. I’ve noticed that certain questions pop up consistently in these interviews. I [...]MORE →
Part 4 in a series on FAQ’s
Part 3 in a series on FAQ’s
This week we’re tackling tough questions about faith, work, and economics.
In an earlier post, Dr. Anne Bradley used Steve Jobs as an example of someone who helped others through using his gifts in an entrepreneurial fashion. Her larger point was that we [...]MORE →
Part 2 in a series on FAQ’s
Yesterday we began examining some tough questions Christians have about economics.
Many of these questions are about wealth. Can we live as faithful followers of Christ and still be wealthy?
Let’s look to Scripture to see if there are examples of Christians who [...]MORE →
Part 1 in a series on FAQ’s
Before we dive deeper into discovering a Biblical view of economics, we want to answer some questions, hesitations, and obstacles Christians often have towards thinking about economics.
One question we hear a lot is “isn’t the accumulation of wealth wrong?”
In a word, no.
However, [...]MORE →