October 30, 2015
November 27, 2014
Black Friday: A day of hyper generosity?
For many, Black Friday epitomizes everything nasty American hyper-consumerism. Stores everywhere are plagued with overly aggressive shoppers, each stuffed to the brim with carb-laden Thanksgiving chow and yet ever-more hungry for the next delicious deal. Continue Reading...
July 16, 2014
Entrepreneurship: An Engine of Human Flourishing
July 07, 2014
Reclaiming the Honor of Craftsmanship
May 13, 2014
Study: How Government Regulations Help or Hinder Cities
The revitalization of cities has become a significant focus among today’s Christians, with many flocking to urban centers filled with lofty goals and aspirations for change and transformation. Last summer, James K.A. Continue Reading...
February 27, 2014
A Christian Defense of Fracking
February 12, 2014
Beyond Humanitarianism: Staying ‘Mission True’ in a Culture of Drift
Peter Greer recently wrote a book about the spiritual danger of doing good, encouraging Christians to deal closely with matters of the heart before putting their hands to work. “Our service is downstream from the Gospel message,” he said in an interview here on the blog. Continue Reading...
December 11, 2013
Remembering Business and Rebuilding the City
Several months ago, in the wake of Detroit’s bankruptcy and the flurry of discussions surrounding it, Chris Horst and I co-wrote a post on how Christians mustn’t forget or neglect the role of business in our attempts to rebuild, restore, and reinvigorate failing cities. Continue Reading...
August 23, 2013
Beyond Gardening and Governance: Cities Need Business
August 06, 2013