We now have 94 educators registered to attend Karam Forum, a two-day gathering for theological educators and Christian academics. If you haven’t signed up, consider joining us! We are very excited to announce a new international partnership. Reventure, an Australian trans-denominational Christian organization founded 60 years ago, is going to be offering grants to fund […]
Archives for November 2016
In the “Ball and Chain Myth,” W. Bradford Wilcox, director of the National Marriage Project and associate professor of Sociology at the University of Virginia, provided look at popular attitudes about sacrifice, pleasure and responsibility that are challenging marriage in our culture.
The Oikonomia Network and The Colson Center for Christian Worldview are hosting an event featuring economist P.J. Hill of Wheaton College and Darrell Bock of Dallas Theological Seminary at the upcoming meeting of the Evangelical Theology Society. “The Challenge of Inequality: A Conversation with P.J. Hill and Darrell Bock.” Tuesday, November 15th Grand Hyatt, San Antonio Lone Star […]
Song of Songs is not a book we usually think of in connection with work and the economy. Certainly it has presented interesting hermeneutical challenges for successive generations of Christians, but these center on the extent to which it is primarily a celebration of sexual love and marital fidelity, and additionally (or alternatively) a more […]
Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) has three distinct initiatives to promote conversations and curricular integration around faith, flourishing and economic wisdom.
Updates from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Beeson Divinity School regarding the different events and programming regarding faith, economic wisdom and flourishing at their schools