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Faith and Work Lecture: Opposing Forces or Complementary Resources?

Date Wednesday, April 1, 2015
5 - 6:30 p.m.
FeaturingDavid Miller, Professor and founding Director of the Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative
Location 3M Auditorium, Carlson School of Management 321 19th Ave S, Minneapolis MN 55455
Instructions for GuestsGet directions to the Carlson School of Management.
SponsorsHosted by MacLaurinCSF and co-sponsored by Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose initiative.

Event Description

Prof. David W. Miller of Princeton will share some of his new research into the challenges and possibilities associated with people who want to “bring their faith to work.” He will also offer insights and paradigms into how companies respond to this growing phenomenon.

This event is hosted at the University of Minnesota by our friends and partners at MacLaurinCSF, co-sponsored by Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose initiative.

Join us as we continue to explore the implications of Christian faith on everyday work. David Miller will speak from a wealth of research and experience this area. Prior to his current work at Princeton University, David was at the Yale Center for Faith & Culture, serving as its Executive Director, and Director of its Ethics and Spirituality in the Workplace Program. In parallel, he taught at Yale Divinity School and School of Management. David brings a “bi-lingual” perspective, having spent 16 years in senior executive positions in international business and finance before entering academia and receiving his M.Div. and Ph.D. in social ethics.

Transportation To/From Event

We are happy to help make arrangements for transportation from Bethel Seminary to the University of Minnesota. Please email Erin Rupe by March 29 to make arrangements.


Contact Erin Rupe at 651.638.6480 or e-rupe@bethel.edu.