Recording of the Program from January 16, 2022 Ken Snodgrass - "Christ & Culture, Part I " Based on theologian Richard Niebuhr's lecture presented at Austin Seminary. just after WWIITo watch the Zoom recording (Ken speaks at 15 minutes)
The United States competes with South Korea for worldwide leadership in the number of hours worked per person per year. I worked in Europe for over 9 years and there is a different work ethic: European work to live while Americans live for work. Why are there different work ethics? We will explore Max Weber's (1864-1920) thesis The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism. Where did the American work ethic originate and did Christianity have anything to do with it?
This is a two-part presentation on my book, Trading with God. Part I will be a review of the theological model and the first 3 steps to integrate your faith with your work. Time will be allowed for questions.
This is a two-part lesson on my book: Trading with God. Part I will cover two subjects: 1. Why faith and work is an important subject. 2. The theological model of work Time will be allowed for questions.