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Derek Thompson: The Evolution of Work

Derek
Thompson:

The Evolution
of Work 

We live in a time where many fear technology will permanently replace some workers. Thompson discusses how work shaped the American identity in the last 200 years and how automation will both change and reaffirm the meaning that people derive from work. He asks if people displaced from boring jobs will seek new, more rewarding activities or whether technology will usher in an age of i...

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Timothy Keller, Nicholas Kristof, John Inazu: Civility in the Public Square Panel Discussion

Civility
in the
Public
Square
Panel
Discussion

Christian faith demands a high view of human beings. If Christians are indeed called to compassionately steward our respective polities, then we are also called to a kind of civic engagement that wisely assesses our state of affairs with the type of nuance that transcends a liberal/conservative divide. Our public discourse, then, requires conversation over obstruction, vulnerability o...

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Nicholas Kristof: Civility in the Public Square

Nicholas Kristof:
Civility in the
Public Square

Christian faith demands a high view of human beings. If Christians are indeed called to compassionately steward our respective polities, then we are also called to a kind of civic engagement that wisely assesses our state of affairs with the type of nuance that transcends a liberal/conservative divide. Our public discourse, then, requires conversation over obstruction, vulnerability o...

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John Inazu: Civility in the Public Square

John Inazu:
Civility in
the
Public Square

Christian faith demands a high view of human beings. If Christians are indeed called to compassionately steward our respective polities, then we are also called to a kind of civic engagement that wisely assesses our state of affairs with the type of nuance that transcends a liberal/conservative divide.Our public discourse, then, requires conversation over obstruction, vulnerability ov...

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Recap: The Wonder and Fear of Technology

Recap:
The
Wonder

and Fear
of
Technology

Technology — both theoretically and practically — has staked its claim in our cultural moment. It is here to stay. This dominance has fostered much positive innovation, yet also exposed a great deal of fear and anxiety about our future, prodding the theological realm for greater nuance and application.  On November 11-12, the Center for Faith & Work hosted thei...

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CFW Announces Fall 2016 Artists-In-Residence

CFW
Announces
Fall 2016

Artists-In-
Residence

The Center for Faith & Work is pleased to announce our Fall 2016 Artists-In-Residence: composers Bennett Sullivan and David Bixler. The two artists were chosen from invited proposals that explored the idea of “Tribes”.  Each resident artist is now in the process of creating a brand new work on that theme, as it’s uniquely expressed through music. Saxop...

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