By Joseph Sunde In Abraham Kuyper’s newly translated Scholarship, he addresses students of Free University in Amsterdam, asking, “What should be the goal of university study and the goal of living and working in the sacred domain of scholarship?” Though he observes similarities with other forms of labor — between teacher and farmer, professor and factory worker […]
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August 04, 2016
August 02, 2016
By Dylan Pahman Before Max Weber ever conducted his study of the “Protestant ethic” of hard work and commerce as a matter of one’s election before God, there was the ascetic ethic of the ancient Church. A story from the Sayings of the Desert Fathers illustrates this ascetic business ethic well: A brother said to Abba Pistamon: “What am I […]
December 22, 2014
This week we remember and rejoice; the Savior has been born! Strangers and friends, pay attention and live out the Christ-Child Memory. Curious about what that means? Hint: it doesn’t mean swapping your mattress for hay. Check it. Oh, and Merry Christmas, everyone! Love, Evan and the entire FLOW Family!