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Category: Arts & Culture

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A recent cable TV ad shows a series of scenes with bananas where apples normally should be—children bobbing for bananas,…

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Ask people who their favorite composer is, and you will get everyone from the “artist formally known as Prince” to…

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Social media and morning TV news shows have been abuzz the last few days with a story about The Cosby…

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Beware the “Spiritual Danger of Doing Good”

By: Kristie Eshelman

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“I have seen friends and mentors throw themselves into the causes of justice and do extraordinary work for Jesus. I…

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As Christians seek to impact the world around them with the redemptive force of the gospel, we often struggle with…

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How Can We Be Agents of Racial Reconciliation?

By: Russell Gehrlein

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On a Focus on the Family radio program last fall, Benjamin Watson, an African-American pro football player and Christian, spoke…

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Editor’s note: You may wonder why a blog focused on faith, work, and economics is doing an interview with Nancy…

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It’s been nearly six years since IFWE published our first “top ten” list of books on faith and work. Since…

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How is it that we can read a story, comprised only of words of ink printed on pages of paper,…

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The framers of our constitution…said that certain virtues are necessary for self-government when it comes to compromise, or moderation, or…