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Christianity’s Contributions: Science employed (Part 1)

Our exploration of the contributions that Christianity has made to culture continues with an examination of the field of science.  Contrary to popular opinion, Christians are not anti-science.  As a matter of fact, the scientific method developed nowhere else but Christian Europe. The Christian worldview starts with the following assumptions: 1) God exists and is [&hellip

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Christianity’s Contributions: Labor dignified (Part 3)

As we close out thoughts on the Christian influence on work and the dignity it provides, a biblical worldview regarding property rights and freedom is in order as well. The Bible tells us clearly that money isn’t the root of all evil; the love of money is a root of evil (1 Timothy 6:10).  It [&hellip

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Christianity’s Contributions: Labor dignified (Part 2)

As we continue our examination of the benefits of the Christian faith for all humanity, this month’s focus is on work.  A biblical perspective is that work is ordained by God and is good, whether it is labor done with your hands or head.  No work is menial or insignificant, nor beneath people in God’s [&hellip

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Christianity’s Contributions: Labor dignified (Part 1)

The contributions that Christianity has made to the world is profound.  Often we don’t  even realize it.  Let’s turn our attention to the area of work.  Going back to the Greco-Roman world of the New Testament, manual labor was only for the lower class and slaves.   Although slaves received a small subsistence allowance and eventually [&hellip

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