Inside the thoughts of early Christian believers
Post by Jennifer Woodruff Tait
Blessings and curses
Biblical references in some famous American speeches
Gleams of truth
How American authors, believers and unbelievers alike, used the Bible in their work
The greatest stories ever told
The Bible has often starred at the box office
Self-serving vice or society-building virtue?
The long-standing influence of Max Weber’s linking of Protestantism and capitalism
What would Jesus do in business?
The rise, struggles, and promise of the faith and work movement
Today in History
“We were fully aware of the severe criticisms passed upon us by many of those who showed their unfitness to be in the judgment seat, by the unmerciful...”
Catherine H. Birney. The Grimké Sisters: Sarah and Angelina Grimké: The First American Women Advocates of Abolition and Woman’s Rights. 1885.
May that Kingdom Be Planted (1855)
Read John 8:19–40. O Lord, we draw near to you, the one who hears and the answers prayer, unto whom all flesh shal...