At Work & Economics 101

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Where Does Ministry Take Place? The Answer May Surprise You: Jon Bloom, President of Desiring God, discusses the significance of secular jobs in the context of 1 Corinthians 7:17-24 and what it means to carry out our vocations with faith, diligence, and excellence.

Hello, Anybody Home? Theology has something to say to economics, but is economics listening? Michael Hendrix, Research Manager of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s think tank, the National Chamber Foundation, diagnosis what he believes is the overriding problem in modern economic thought.

Interview: Father Robert Sirico: J.Q. Tomanek at Ignitum Today interviews Rev. Robert Sirico about his life, work with the Acton Institute, and human flourishing in midst of the current economic climate.

What is A Christian Response to Poverty?: Thomas Purifoy, producer, writer and director with Compass Cinema, explores how Christians respond to poverty.

Interview: Dr. Jay Richards: Dr.Jay Richards, IFWE’s visiting scholar, answers questions related to economic myths, morality of budgets, and matching good principles with good policy in his recent interview with the Values and Capitalism Project.

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

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