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Civility in the Public Square

Civility
in the Public
Square

By Tim Keller This month I will join with Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times and John Inazu of the Washington University Law School, to discuss “Civility in the Public Square.” This could be read as nothing more than an appeal for people to be nicer to one another. However, I hope it will be an introduction for many to a much more crucial and ambitious pro...

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Poet Christian Wiman to receive CFW's Inaugural Artist Fellowship

Poet Christian
Wiman
 to 
receive CFW's
Inaugural
Artist Fellowship

The Center for Faith & Work is pleased and honored to announce our inaugural Artist Fellowship to world-renowned poet Christian Wiman. CFW's Artist Fellowship will be periodically awarded to artists that have established an extensive body of work with notable contributions to their field. It is created with the flexibility to supply a range of resources for established artists...

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The 2017 Gotham Fellowship Class

The 2017
Gotham

Fellowship
Class

Announcing the Gotham Fellowship class of 2017! Gotham is a nine-month program that provides theological, spiritual, and relational foundations required for meaningful and sustainable integration of faith and work. Aaron Bjerke Angel Tsai Lin Anna Carlson Annie Augustine Ashley Thorne Bernard Lee Brian Lee Christian Schnedler Claire Curry Clara Ibarra David C...

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Mary Vanden Berg: Covenant as the Foundation of a Renewed Community

Mary Vanden
Berg:

Covenant as
the Foundation
of a
Renewed
Community

Professor Mary Vanden Berg gives a theological overview of the Biblical concept of covenant as a central and critical theme in redemptive history. God’s covenantal nature challenges us in considering the integral importance of community in our lives. Mary L. Vanden Berg is a professor of Systematic Theology and Associate Academic Dean at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand R...

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BILL MILLIKEN: A LIFE IN COMMUNITY

BILL MILLIKEN:
A LIFE
IN
COMMUNITY

Community advocate and lifelong New Yorker Bill Milliken shares his story of faithful presence that led to becoming a foremost pioneer for educational advancement. Bill Milliken has been a tireless advocate for disenfranchised youth and one of the foremost pioneers in the movement to help troubled students stay in school, graduate, and succeed in life. In the 1960s he helped develo...

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PETER HESLAM: A COMMUNAL VISION OF SOCIETY

PETER HESLAM:
A COMMUNAL
VISION OF
SOCIETY

Professor Peter Heslam casts a Kuyperian vision of differentiated responsibilities that work together to form a flourishing and diverse city. Dr. Peter S. Heslam is based in Cambridge (UK), where he is Director of Transforming Business and a research associate at the Cambridge Institute on Religion and International Affairs. He particularly works closely with the business academics...

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