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Achievement: A Theological Exploration
I come from Australia. In my home country, we have a phenomenon...
About Human Flourishing
The Henry Center, in conjunction with wider initiatives at Trinity International University and a burgeoning movement within the Evangelical Free Church, has been doing some thinking about the intersection between faith, work, and economics.
The movement is led by Don Guthrie, who has been involved in the conversation for nearly a decade, but many other faculty are involved in multiple ways. Sapientia is currently housing several of these conversations.
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Bearing Fruit in Every Good Deed
As I come to the end of my one-year exploration of achievement, I’m grateful for...
Constantine Campbell | November 4, 2015
Race, Lamentation, and Being Human: A Revision
But I wanted to write this in order to put it into the hands of...
Bruce Fields | October 15, 2015
Love Is More Powerful than Discipline
This is the last installment in my “music and achievement” mini-series. One really significant thing...
Constantine Campbell | October 13, 2015
Jubilee and Lamentation: Application
But you, O Lord, reign forever; your throne endures to all generations. Why do you...
Bruce Fields | September 30, 2015
What Music Has Taught Me about Achievement
Last week I began to reflect on “practical achievement” through the lens of music, since...
Constantine Campbell | September 29, 2015