We’re looking back on the top ten posts that received the most attention this year from you, our readers, to close out 2012.
Our blog is taking a break tomorrow, and will return on January 2nd. Until then, be sure to check out any of these top posts you might have missed, or share them with someone you know who would really enjoy or benefit from them.
Happy New Year!
What is driving the revival in traditional Reformed theology? This post examines why interest in Reformed theology is growing, especially among younger Christians, and what the Reformed tradition has to say about faith and work.
Many of you enjoyed this post on what biblical success looks like and how we find true satisfaction in our vocational callings.
This post speaks from a biblical and an economic viewpoint to one of the most pressing and talked about economic issues of our times – why does income inequality exist, and what does the Bible have to say about it?
Interested in learning more about economics? Wanting to explore economics from a biblical perspective? The books on this list can help you with that. These ten books are un-intimidating, thought-provoking reads you’ll enjoy.
Check out the story of Thanksgiving you haven’t been told.
The first post in a series by Dr. Glenn Sunshine about poverty and the church. How should the church and the government approach poverty? How has the church historically dealt with poverty? How can economics be applied to our call to help the poor? This series tackles all these questions and more.
This post tackles singleness and vocation – and serving the Lord faithfully in even the most difficult situations and seasons.
What does the Social Gospel say about faith, work, and economics? What does it mean for how Christians approach these issues?
Being made in the image of God bears great significance for our dignity and purpose as human beings. What implications does being made in God’s image have for our faith and work?
Art Lindsley, IFWE’s vice president of theological initiatives, examines theological claims that Acts 2-5 mandates Socialism for Christians. This post is part of a larger research paper on the topic.
What posts and topics do you want to see covered in 2013?