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Category: Public Square

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

When we think of the parable of the Good Samaritan, we tend to think of the importance of charity and…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

It has become commonplace to say that we live in a pluralist society – not merely a society which is…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101
God, the Model Entrepreneur

By: Dr. Brian Baugus

5 minute read

In the beginning, God created… (Gen. 1:1) Throughout the history of Christianity, a sort of Christian hierarchy of accepted vocations…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

A recent Barna study reported, “Almost half of Millennials (47 percent) agree at least somewhat that it is wrong to…

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Mike Rowe, famous for his show “Dirty Jobs,” recently stated, “Good work implies the existence of bad work. Bad work…

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  • Public Square

Two of the most highly nominated films for Oscars this year were The Favourite and Roma—both had ten nominations each….

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Utopian Dreams or Real Christian Hope?

By: Kathryn Feliciano

6 minute read

Do you long for a better world? Would you like to see the many wrongs around you made right? Do…

  • Public Square

Speaking to global business leaders at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, social activist and U2 frontman Bono…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
How Venezuela Took the Fastest Route to Poverty

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

4 minute read

Some say all press is good press because it brings attention to an issue, idea, or person. Venezuela is getting…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
Is Capitalism Exploitative if Sweatshops Exist?

By: Dr. Joseph Connors

4 minute read

Editor’s Note: In his essay, “Is Capitalism Exploitative?” Joseph Connors discusses whether capitalism leads to exploitation and how Christians should…

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