The Cultural Mandate
Part 4 in a series on Markets & Morality
Our confidence in Christ does not make us lazy, negligent, or careless, but on the contrary, it awakens us, urges us on, and makes us active in living righteous lives and doing good. There is no [...]MORE →
On Tuesday, Dr. Anne Bradley outlined four essential elements to economic progress. Human beings are the engines of this economic progress, and it turns out that the Bible has a lot to say about this role we’ve been given. Where does our ability to create economic progress come from?
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Part 13 in a series on Biblical Foundations of Economic Principles
What are some of the essential elements of economic progress? There are four key elements I’d like to explore today. Before jumping in, let’s get a biblical take on the background for economic progress.
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Part 12 in a series on Biblical Foundations of Economic Principles
Ecclesiastes 1:9 says, “There is nothing new under the sun.” It seems to be true. Consider how humans have approached crises throughout history:
In the fifteenth century, Niccolo Machiavelli is [...]MORE →
Have you ever felt like what you do the majority of the week at work doesn’t matter to God?
Many Christians struggle to find any meaning in their work. Many are taught it’s just a place to share your faith or earn a paycheck to donate to missions…
Businessman and IFWE [...]MORE →
If properly understood, our vocations can help Christians impact our communities, our cities, and our world by helping restore the culture to the glory of God.
Restoring the culture to the glory of God: it’s [...]MORE →
Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.
Relationships are an integral part of [...]MORE →
How should Christians think about work, success, and wealth?