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Author: Hugh WhelchelHugh Whelchel is Executive Director of the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics and author of How Then Should We Work? Rediscovering the Biblical Doctrine of Work. Hugh has a Master of Arts in Religion and brings over 30 years of diverse business experience to his leadership at IFWE.

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Shalom & the Restoration of All Things

By: Hugh Whelchel

4 minute read

We have been examining God’s vision of shalom through the lens of the four-chapter gospel. Previous posts have discussed God’s…

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Some of the largest companies in the United States have been identified as “Christian,” and this occasionally makes news headlines. Chick-fil-A, Hobby…

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According to the Wall Street Journal: “The COVID economic shock has unleashed unprecedented creative destruction, sharply accelerating the transformation that…

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Previously, we have discussed God’s original creative vision for shalom in community and how the fall distorted that vision. Today,…

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The Fall’s Unraveling of Shalom

By: Hugh Whelchel

6 minute read

We have been discussing how to better understand God’s vision for shalom using the four-chapter gospel model that sees the…

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As we have previously discussed, shalom was God’s original intent for his creation. God is most glorified when his creation…

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Are Shalom and “Eirene” the Same?

By: Hugh Whelchel

4 minute read

In my previous article, I elaborated on the Old Testament usage of “shalom” as a greeting, to denote a relationship,…

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Deep in the heart of every person there is a sense of the way things are supposed to be. Biblical…

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“The question is not whether the whole of our lives will be shaped by some grand story. The only question…

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The 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which officially ended Sunday, has received much press for athletes protesting social injustice. From the United…