The Monk as Merchant: Economic Wisdom from a Desert Hermit
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.
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C.S. Lewis on Vocation in the Economy of Wisdom
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?”