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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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Work as an Act of Worship

Work as
an Act
of
Worship

By Ted Jeon I first came to New York City nearly 10 years ago, excited to begin my new career as a financial analyst on Wall Street.  Having just graduated from college, I came to New York with grand visions for my work – to participate in industry-shaping transactions, to work with leading global companies, and to make my mark on the world. However, my initial enthus...

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