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Author: Dr. Andrew SpencerAndrew Spencer is a Senior Research Fellow for IFWE. He holds a Ph.D. in Theological Studies from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and regularly blogs at www.ethicsandculture.com. He recently published The Christian Mind of C. S. Lewis: Essays in Honor of Michael Travers.

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What About Work & Vacation?

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

4 minute read

Among the many things I had to memorize early on at the United States Naval Academy were the first ten stanzas of…

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  • Theology 101

In many ways, the culture in which we live has lost sight of a vision of work that resonates with what we…

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  • Theology 101

Searching the phrase “work-life balance” produces an avalanche of results. The recommendations provided to create a work-life balance vary widely…

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Leading with Hope in a Hopeless World

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

7 minute read

The past month has drastically narrowed the field of vision for millions of professionals in the United States. When the…

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How to Fight the Monotony of Work with Hope

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

5 minute read

A major theme in contemporary society is despair. The rise in hopelessness has been so significant that sociologists have coined…

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Teaching Kids to Live as Christians through Work

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

5 minute read

When we read Moses’s instructions to teach God’s commands to our children and talk of them consistently (Deuteronomy 6:7), this…

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The Universal Basic Income and the Theology of Work

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

5 minute read

Automation is coming to a workplace near you. The result may be the displacement of about 1.4 million workers in…

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  • Theology 101

In the Alps of Switzerland, a wise man once lived out his religion as faithfully as he knew how. He…

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Community as the Solution to Poverty

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

6 minute read

It would be convenient if money alone could solve the problem of poverty. As citizens of the modern age, it…

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Constant connectivity has the potential to make accomplishing our jobs easier, but it may also contribute to “half-work” that saps…

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