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Author: James ClarkJames Clark is a contributor with the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics. He graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in Religion, and is a student at Yale Divinity School.

  • Economics 101

There is a connection between economic freedom and flourishing. Specifically, as Anne Bradley and Joseph Connors show in “Economic Freedom and the…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

It is almost impossible to have a deep discussion on any topic without running into the question, “What do you…

  • Arts & Culture
  • At Work

Average people don’t think much about art and how it relates to Christian theology. For most of us, it is…

  • Arts & Culture

When literature achieves renown and ubiquity—Don Quixote, Pride and Prejudice, Harry Potter—the result is an avalanche of convoluted literary interpretations….

  • Arts & Culture
Rebuilding Community After College

By: James Clark

5 minute read

Making friends in college is to some degree artificial because the college environment itself is artificial and temporal: thousands of…

  • At Work

If you’ve recently graduated from college, simply having a job is cause for gratitude. Through our work, God provides not…

  • At Work

In an article on The Gospel Coalition site titled “What if Your 20s Weren’t What You Expected?”, Jackie Knapp reflects…

  • Public Square

Will it ever be possible to elect a president acceptable to most Christians? Perhaps, but the personal qualities and policy…

  • Economics 101
Can Microfinance Really Help the Poor?

By: James Clark

12 minute read

In the years following World War II, foreign aid was the dominant strategy for stimulating economic growth in impoverished countries….

  • At Work
Generosity – More Than Money Can Buy

By: James Clark

5 minute read

Generosity is a virtue well known to Christians, if not always lived out. The Bible teaches us in many verses…

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