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Does Your Work Matter to God?

Does Your Work Matter to God?

By: David H. Kim “It is the business of the Church to recognize that the secular vocation, as such, is sacred. Christian people, and particularly perhaps the Christian clergy, must get it firmly into their heads that when a man or woman is called to a particular job of secular work that is as true a vocation as though he or she were called to specifically relig...

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Through the Eyes of the Tiger

Through the
Eyes
of the Tiger 

Julian Robertson, the Legendary Tiger Hedge Fund manager, answers questions on his career, money, and faith experience.

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The Need to Recapture the Heart of Calvinism

The Need to
Recapture the
Heart of
Calvinism

By: David H. Kim In an article published in the 1894 Presbyterian and Reformed Review, Herman Bavinck articulated a interesting distinction between Reformed and Calvinism writing, “the former (Reformed) being more limited and less comprehensive than the latter.  Reformed expresses merely a religious and ecclesiastical distinction; it is a purely theological conce...

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Why a Center for Faith and Work

Why a Center for Faith and Work

By: Katherine Leary Alsdorf One of the things Martin Luther made very clear 400 years ago was that a “priestly calling” was in no way more pleasing to God than any other calling or vocation. No one’s role or vocation – from Tim Keller’s to the most recent college grad – is more important than another in the eyes of God. When the church, as &ldquo...

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Making Connections

Making
Connections

Ei featured in this article by Graham Scharf in Comment.

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Are You An Arts Patron?

Are You an Arts
Patron?

Have you attended an arts event or venue in the last six months? (live music concert, museum or gallery, play, dance performance, independent film, etc.) Do you have a favorite art form that you particularly enjoy experiencing and learning about? Do you occasionally attend different types of arts events/venues, besides your favorite? Do you have an artist or arts organization...

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