Panel Discussions with Randy Alcorn and Wayne Grudem at the 2010 Clarus Conference
Randy Alcorn and Wayne Grudem discuss a variety of topics in this two part panel discussion at the 2010 Clarus Conference. Listen to the panel in two parts or watch each Q&A from the panel in seperate video clips.
Q&A 1: How does the doctrine of depravity fit with an optimistic view of business?
Q&A 2: Are we responsible for the potential use of what we create?
Q&A 3: How should the Christian think about marketing?
Q&A 4: How did previous generations speak about the nobility of work?
Q&A 5: Do Christians have a responsibility to avoid certain businesses?
Q&A 6: How much should Christians give?
Q&A 7: How should Christians speak with one another about giving?
Q&A 8: Is it wrong for Christians to spend money on entertainment and leisure?
Q&A 9: How should Christians think about investing?
Q&A 10: How can young people plan for the future?
Q&A 11: What is the nature of heavenly treasures and rewards?
Q&A 12: Does the Bible implicitly endorse slavery?
Q&A 13: What are your thoughts about the economics of poverty?
Q&A 14: What is encouraging and concerning in American evangelicalism?
Q&A 15: What do you think about Boyd?