The first issue of Religion & Liberty in 2016 will explore several topics from a variety of faith traditions: entrepreneurship, the International Criminal Court, business philosophy, common grace and the 18th-century British abolition movement.
Late last year I had the privilege of interviewing Rev. Bruce Baker, a Silicon Valley veteran, entrepreneur, pastor and college professor. For this issue’s interview, he discusses the history of Silicon Valley, technocracy, how Christians can be “winsome” witnesses and more.
Charles Koch, while widely admired in many spheres, is completely disparaged in others. In a new review, Stephen Schmalhofer tackles Koch’s latest book, Good Profit. While Koch’s previous writings have been more nuts and bolts, this one focuses on the philosophy of business.
Whether you run a company that manufactures farming equipment or you’re a professor of philosophy, you’re dealing with common grace. Richard J. Mouw discusses the importance of common grace in all spheres of life. (more…)