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Resources
for
Sabbath
Rest

For Listening:  Work and Rest by Tim Keller Audio playlist For Reading:  Sabbath Keeping: Finding Freedom in the Rhythms of Rest By Lynne M. Baab Call the Sabbath a Delight By Walter J. Chantry Keeping the Sabbath Wholly: Ceasing, Resting, Embracing, Feasting By Marva J Dawn The Sabbath By Abraham Joshua Heschel Sabbath: Findi...

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A New Way to Work

A New
Way

to Work

By Wally Larson I’m a lawyer, but that’s just the start of what God has called me to at work.   In May I graduated from the Center for Faith and Work’s Gotham Fellowship program. Paul writes in Romans that “all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” I think the Lord used the Gotham Fellowship to help me see how short I fall of God&r...

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Derek Thompson: The Evolution of Work

Derek
Thompson:

The Evolution
of Work 

We live in a time where many fear technology will permanently replace some workers. Thompson discusses how work shaped the American identity in the last 200 years and how automation will both change and reaffirm the meaning that people derive from work. He asks if people displaced from boring jobs will seek new, more rewarding activities or whether technology will usher in an age of i...

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Timothy Keller, Nicholas Kristof, John Inazu: Civility in the Public Square Panel Discussion

Civility
in the
Public
Square
Panel
Discussion

Christian faith demands a high view of human beings. If Christians are indeed called to compassionately steward our respective polities, then we are also called to a kind of civic engagement that wisely assesses our state of affairs with the type of nuance that transcends a liberal/conservative divide. Our public discourse, then, requires conversation over obstruction, vulnerability o...

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Nicholas Kristof: Civility in the Public Square

Nicholas Kristof:
Civility in the
Public Square

Christian faith demands a high view of human beings. If Christians are indeed called to compassionately steward our respective polities, then we are also called to a kind of civic engagement that wisely assesses our state of affairs with the type of nuance that transcends a liberal/conservative divide. Our public discourse, then, requires conversation over obstruction, vulnerability o...

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John Inazu: Civility in the Public Square

John Inazu:
Civility in
the
Public Square

Christian faith demands a high view of human beings. If Christians are indeed called to compassionately steward our respective polities, then we are also called to a kind of civic engagement that wisely assesses our state of affairs with the type of nuance that transcends a liberal/conservative divide.Our public discourse, then, requires conversation over obstruction, vulnerability ov...

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