Pragmatic Prosperity

Have you ever heard of someone that had completely missed the point? Well, in today’s post you will see a fine example of how someone can completely miss the point, of the Bible. I know what you might be thinking, I thought it as well. How on Earth does that happen? Well, when someone approaches scripture as anything other than the infallible Word of God, then the safety fence has been removed and they run rampant into all sorts of myths. Check out the post below on how someone thinks that the purpose of the Bible is to give marketing and rebranding strategies.

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Armour of Christ

Today I will be discussing an article from Christian Headlines titled:

The Bible Can Help Companies Restore Public Trust, Princeton Professor Finds

Written by Michael Foust|

I have seen articles like this before. I’ve even heard sermon messages, podcasts, and have read blog posts that are very similar. What if we could view the Bible as a source of human wisdom but disregard it as Gods Holy Word for bringing salvation through the Holy Spirits gift of repentant faith?

David W. Miller, director of the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative, released a white paper this month declaring that “religious traditions have amassed extraordinary wisdom and learning about human nature, brokenness, and healing” that can be instrumental in helping institutions restore public trust. The paper focused on the Abrahamic faiths (Christianity, Judaism and Islam).

Article: The Bible Can Help Companies Restore Public Trust, Princeton Professor Finds

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