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Category: Theology 101

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Four Reasons to Persevere in Serving the Poor

By: Kathryn Feliciano

6 minute read

A few years ago, I sat down with Tony Casson, founder of Mission Muffins, a ministry of a D.C. men’s…

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This week, we’re continuing a series on the biblical concept of Jubilee—its context, its definition, and what it means for…

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Do politics and public life have anything to do with God? That’s the question Vincent Bacote, associate professor of theology…

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Is Forgiving Debt a Biblical Mandate?

By: Dr. Art Lindsley

6 minute read

Last week I began discussing the topic of Jubilee, a biblical practice that has become more prominent in discussions about justice,…

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How does Jubilee relate to justice? What does it mean for Christians and our call to serve the poor and…

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The Secret to Finding Work–Life Balance

By: Hugh Whelchel

6 minute read

In a recent radio interview, I was asked if “work–life balance” was just a myth. This is an interesting question…

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When economists talk about the free-market economy, they use principles that help explain what may come from certain actions. Their…

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Six Ways God’s Presence Impacts Our Work

By: Russell Gehrlein

5 minute read

There is a clear pattern in scripture of God working in and through his people, empowering them with his presence…

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In the sixteenth century, Nicolaus Copernicus theorized that the earth was not the center of the universe. He was quickly…

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Today is “Whit Monday,” traditionally the day after the Christian holy day of Pentecost, which was yesterday. Interestingly, “Whit Monday”…

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