Why we can–and should–grieve at work

By Kristin Brown (reprinted from the blog of the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics.) I learned of Vice President Joe Biden’s son’s death in church last Sunday. This was not the first time this family has gone through grief. In 1972, he lost his first wife and daughter in a car accident, the year [Read More…]

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The resurrection of the body in our work

By Nathan Hitchcock Note: This article is part of a series that considers various ways our work anticipates, in the present, the future reality of the consummated Kingdom. The entire series was originally published at Die Evangelischen Theologen, from which this version was adapted and published at Oikonomia Network. When Christians go to work, they [Read More…]

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Co-Workers Are Not Projects: Evangelizing in the Workplace

This is the conclusion to a debate in Patheos Head-to-Head and is a response to John Shore’s post “What Jesus Must Think When Listening to Evangelizers.” By Bill Peel The debate about whether it’s ever appropriate to share our faith and engage in evangelism in the workplace has been a reminder to me of how [Read More…]

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Is there really enough to go around for everybody? #ActonU

More of our “correspondent on the spot” at Acton University! Follow the Twitter feed from the conference here and read his first three posts here: The refreshing difference We can’t create heaven on earth “Don’t immanentize the eschaton” By Edwin Woodruff Tait The third lecture of the day, Jennifer Roback Morse’s presentation of economic theory, [Read More…]

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We can’t create heaven on earth: more from #ActonU

More of our “correspondent on the spot” at Acton University! Read his first post here. And follow the Twitter feed from the conference here. By Edwin Woodruff Tait Last night’s lecture was a plenary session introducing the themes of Acton University as a whole. As a first time participant, I am required to attend four [Read More…]

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