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What does the concept of "unequal yoking" mean for working relationships?
People in power have been covering up instances of sexual abuse for millennia, but the Bible boldly exposes examples of...
The more complicated or emotionally challenging the message, the more immediate and personal the medium needs to be.
For New Testament professors trying to integrate work themes into their seminary classes.
An overview of broad Old Testament themes that relate to faith and work issues.
Help students think about the meaning and purpose of work from an eschatological perspective.
Teach seminary students to rethink epistles for the modern worker.
One of the most important but sometimes under-valued professions is that of teacher. We may prosper or fail, depending...
The letters of the New Testament offer many examples of modern workplace dilemmas. These letters can come alive if...
Elisha’s first major act is to cleanse the polluted well of the city of Jericho. The chief concern in the passage is...