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God Save the Humanities

God Save
the
Humanities

By Emily Chau It’s funny. I distinctly remember watching the Tony Award-winning musical “Avenue Q” and hearing the main character Princeton sing, “What do you do with a B.A. in English?” I was attending a liberal arts college—majoring in English, of course—and bent on pursuing a career in journalism. Fast forward a few years, I was asking t...

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CFW Artist-in- Residence Proposal on Theme of Givenness

CFW
Artist-in-
Residence
Proposal
on
Theme of
Givenness

By Jane Stewart Adams In 1952, a paper appeared in the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology titled The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis. The paper’s aim was to provide an analysis of how the genes of a zygote realize the anatomical structure of the organism. The paper was written by Alan Turing, and he was determined to explain the phenomenon of morphogenesis—the capacity of...

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Grace, Justice, & Mercy: An Evening with Bryan Stevenson & Rev. Tim Keller

Grace,
Justice, &
Mercy:
An
Evening with
Bryan Stevenson
& Rev. Tim
Keller

In an age of mass incarceration and growing racial tension, how can a church committed to the flourishing of a whole city engage as ambassadors of reconciliation and restoration? Bryan Stevenson & Tim Keller will help us explore ways to sustain hope through a grace filled pursuit of justice and mercy as they draw from their own calling and work. The Q & A followin...

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CFW Summer Reading Recommendations

CFW Summer
Reading

Recommendations

A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World by Paul E Miller The Call: Finding and Fulfilling the Central Purpose of Your Life by Os Guinness Callings: Twenty Centuries of Christian Wisdom on Vocation by William C. Placher The Church in Exile: Living in Hope After Christendom by Lee Beach The Givenness of Things: Essays by Marilynne ...

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CFW’s Inaugural Entrepreneur-in-Residence

CFW’s Inaugural
Entrepreneur-
in-Residence

By Dave Evans Greetings Redeemer! What a joy it is to co-labor with you as your inaugural “Entrepreneur in Residence” at CFW. My journey started 40 years ago as a Stanford undergrad struggling to discern what God wanted me to do with my life. What did faith have to do with work? What was God’s perspective on engineering or business? I had no clue. I was lo...

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2016 Faith & Work Conference - Call for Papers

2016
Faith & Work
Conference: 

Call for 
Papers

Theme to Explore: This November 10-12, the annual conference hosted by the Center for Faith & Work will examine the theological implications of our vocational relationships with evolving technology. The word technology itself bears so many associations that its essence has been rendered at once elusive yet pervasive, covering a range of definitions while still occupying shado...

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