[VIDEO] We’re exiles from our true home. So how do we learn to live with that?

Several days ago we let you know about a new curriculum on faith, work, and the meaning of life coming out from Regent College.  We also want to remind you while we’re thinking about curriculum about another set of useful videos being published by the Acton Institute –a series that talks about what it means to live [Read More...]

For the Life of the World

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Your “resource of the day” comes courtesy of our friends at the Acton Institute, who have recently released a seven-part film series called For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles: Ever wondered what it means to be “in the world but not of it?” For the Life of the World: Letters to the [Read More...]

Working and keeping in God’s “Oikos”

Work alone cannot describe economic activity in the Old Testament. Instead, “to work” and “to keep” must be considered together. Adam failed to be God’s farmer, but the founding of Israel’s priesthood restored the ability to show the world how to work and keep. [Read more...]


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