October 17 , 2012 | Values of a Public Faith: A Contribution to a Conversation (pdf) Facebook. Miroslav Volf.
March 8 , 2011 | Allah and the Trinity. The Christian Century. Miroslav Volf.
March 7 , 2011 | Biblical God and Allah are one, says Miroslav Volf. Yale Divinity School Notes on the Quad . Miroslav Volf quoted.
March 3 , 2011 | Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God? The Huffington Post . Miroslav Volf.
February 17 , 2011 | Theologians Discuss Reconciliation. The Dartmouth. Miroslav Volf quoted from an event at Dartmouth at which he and Ingrid Mattson spoke.
February 17 , 2011 | Miroslav Volf interview on "Allah" as a Path to Peace, Part 2. Read the Spirit.
February 16 , 2011 | Meet Miroslav Volf, whose "Allah" is a Path to Peace. Read the Spirit.
February 7 , 2011 | 10 Religious Companies (besides Chick-fil-a). CNN Belief Blog . Ted Malloch quoted.
January 7 , 2011 | Attacks put Spotlight on Coptic Christians. Republican American. Joseph Cumming quoted.
November 22, 2010 | Shalom: Jewish-Christian Dialogue at the Thomas More Center. Yale Divinity School Notes on the Quad.
November 10, 2010 | Christians Should Defend Muslim Liberty. Christianity Today. Joseph Cumming.
November 2, 2010 | God is Love.Christian Century. Miroslav Volf.
October 19, 2010 | How Safe Can We Be? Christian Century. Miroslav Volf.
October 17, 2010 | We Worship the God of Security. USA Today. Miroslav Volf.
October 16, 2010 | Spend Shift. The Wall Street Journal. Ted Malloch.
October 2010 | The Wealth of Nations. Aberdeen. Ted Malloch.
September, 2010 | Watch the Doing Virtuous Business Trailer. For more information, visit www.doingvirtuousbusiness.com
September 9 , 2010 | Obama says Quran burning is recruitment bonanza for al Qa'eda
September 8 , 2010 | The Great Wilhelm Ropke. The American Spectator. Ted Malloch.
April 20 , 2010 | Body Counts. Christian Century. Professor Volf reflects on Christian violence throughout history.
November 17 , 2009 | No Offense Given. Christian Century. Professor Volf outlines the recent events at Yale over the Danish Cartoons Controversy.
November 3 , 2009 | A Reluctant Pilgrim. Christian Century. Professor Volf reflects on his own pilgrimmage to the baptism site of Jesus in Jordan.
October 13 , 2009 | Free Speech and Moral Accountability. Washington Post "On Faith." Professor Volf discusses the moral responsibility associated with free speech.
September 25, 2009 | The Saddleback Civil Forum on Reconciliation. Saddleback Church, Lake Forrest, CA. Professor Volf and President Kagame of Rwanda discuss the transformational power of reconciliation and how it reunified their people after genocide.
September 15, 2009 | “Assume There's a "Right to Offend.” Should We Exercise It? Yale Alumni Magazine. Professor Volf defends Yale University Press's decision to omit the Danish Cartoons from a forthcoming book.
September 11, 2009 | “In Blair's Shadow, Volf Shines” Yale Alumni Magazine. Professor Volf defends Yale University Press's decision to omit the Danish Cartoons from a forthcoming book.
August 3, 2009 | “Why Obama’s Church Choice Matters USA Today, “On Religion” column. Miroslav Volf is quoted in an opinion piece by by Henry G. Brinton on the political and spiritual implications of President Obama’s faith and choice of church.
February 18, 2009 | “Turning Love Into Policy” Newsweek/
The Washington Post, “On Faith” blog. Katherine Marshall, senior fellow at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, writes about the questions that the “Common Word” raises and its potential as a positive force of religion and interfaith understanding.
October 21, 2008 | “An Ultimate Somebody” The Christian Century. Miroslav Volf reflects on the recent death of his friend, Tomislav Simic. Once a strong scholar of philosophy and theology and a man who found his way to faith, Simic eventually fell into mental illness. He died poor and alone. “But even when I fail to remember how formative Toma was for me, the trajectory of my life is a silent memorial to him. Maybe his was a truly Christian way of being somebody—being a bow for the flight of another.”
October 18, 2008 | Miroslav Volf Interview in the Dnenvi Avaz. Miroslav shares his thoughts about the causes of hatred between Muslims and Christians, faith in God, interfaith dialogue, Bosnia and Bosnians, communism, the foreign policy of George W. Bush, Barack Obama, his collaboration with Tony Blair, and Mustafa Ceric.
July 1, 2008 | “Sharing Wisdom” The Christian Century. In this article, Miroslav Volf discusses the challenges inherent in the exchange of religious wisdom among differing faiths. “But how do we share religious wisdom well? Each religious tradition will have to give its own answer to this question, as well as seek to learn from others in the process of answering it.”
March 19, 2008 | “Christians, Muslims Move Ahead on Global Talks” Christian Science Monitor. Religious leaders plan to meet this year in the U.S., Britain, and at the Vatican to defuse tensions. Joseph Cumming, Director of the YCFC Reconciliation Program, talks about the search for common ground, and how each side has adherents who have initiated the search and those who are suspect of it.
March 13, 2008 | “When God Goes to the Office” CNN.com. This CNN article examines the pros and cons of religious expression at the workplace. It cites examples both of those who welcome it and those who do not. David Miller, author of “God at Work” and authority on the subject, was cited as a proponent.
January 17, 2008 | “Diversifying the Religious Experience” The CRO Blog. David Miller explains that a number of factors are contributing to the rise of the faith-friendly movement in the corporate environment, including the blurring of professional and personal lives of employees, the growing immigrant community entering the workforce with certain expectations, and employees who want to live an integrated life.”
December 23, 2007 | “Twist of Faith” The New Haven Register. In this article, Chris Scharen talks about the longing of faith in today’s youth, and how this longing manifests itself in popular culture. He asserts that churches need not fear this expression of popular culture as a threat to traditional church music and literature, but rather should embrace this expression as part of their mix.
December 18, 2007 | “Clergy Take On Mortgage Mess” Reuters. In this article, David Miller explains that subprime lending is not unethical in the Judeo-Christian tradition, and it can serve a good societal purpose by allowing those down on their luck get access to capital. Nonetheless, he adds, subprime lenders have a moral responsibility not to extend credit to those they know cannot pay it back.
December 5, 2007 | “New National Poll: Nearly 40 Percent of ‘Ethically Prepared’ Teens Believe Lying, Cheating, or Violence Necessary to Succeed” CSRwire.com. In this article, recent surveys, David Miller responds to recent surveys showing ethical behavior shortcomings in a today’s young people; he suggests that this may adversely affect their corporate decision-making later on. “[The findings suggest] an attitude of ethical relativism and rationalization of whatever actions serve one's immediate needs and purposes.”
November 28, 2007 | “Religion in the Workplace Is Diversity Issue for U.S. Companies” USINFO.State.gov. In this article, David Miller reports that one approach to handling religious diversity issues at the workplace is the development of religious affinity groups. “When it works well,” said Miller, “the groups come together and share and have education seminars so other people can learn not to be afraid and learn about traditions that are different from their own.”
November 2007 | “Scripture and the Wall Street Journal” Christianity Today. In this interview by Collin Hansen, David Miller makes the case for integrating faith and work.
November 1, 2007 | “O Come All Ye Faithful” The Economist. In this article on the proliferation of religious diversity and celebration around the world, Miroslav Volf comments on how this has come to impact public life, particularly as religion is increasingly observed openly at the workplace.
October 12, 2007 | “Divinity Scholars Respond to Muslims” The New Haven Register. Four Yale Divinity School scholars, Harold Attridge, Miroslav Volf, Joseph Cumming, and Emilie M. Townes, issue a statement embracing an open letter of reconciliation from 137 Muslim leaders. “We receive [the letter] as a Muslim hand of conviviality and cooperation extended to Christians worldwide. [...] we extend our own Christian hand in return, so that together with all other human beings we may live in peace and justice as we seek to love God and our neighbors.”
September 30, 2007 | “Reconciling Religious Beliefs with Work” MSNBC.com. In the article David Miller explains that the ’60s was about race...; the ’70s addressed women’s needs; the ’80s was about family friendly policies and the ADA; the ’90s was about sexual orientation, “and now, the big question is religion.”
September 20, 2007 | “Revolutionary Remembering: An Interview with Miroslav Volf” The Other Journal, in the new issue on Pop Revolutions.
July 30, 2007 | “Faith at the Office? Why Not?” USA Today (Business Issues— Forum). Commentary by Henry G. Brinton, pastor of Fairfax Presbyterian Church in Virginia, with some excerpts from David Miller’s God at Work, including: “Some want their faith to serve as an ethical anchor, helping them to do the right thing...Others apply faith in a very different way, using it as a spiritual balm that provides serenity...”
June 23, 2007 | “Keeping Faith on the Job” The Forum. Report on Leaders Offline III, Fargo, N.D., led by David Miller. “...pointed to the photo collage of disgraced high-powered executives like Enron’s Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling. / They all described themselves as people of faith, even Sunday school teachers, Miller said.”
July-August 2007 | “Taking God to Work” Homiletics. In an interview, David Miller touches on the work of the YCFC, faith-friendly companies and the expression of faith at work, teaching ethics at the Yale School of Management, and his book God at Work.
June 12, 2007 | Review of David Miller’s book, God at Work, The Christian Century. By Lawrence Wood, pastor of Fremont United Methodist Church in Fremont, Michigan. “When faith becomes compartmentalized, it no longer is vital. If Miller’s book helps his readers to integrate Sunday with Monday, then he will have done his job.”
May 2007 | Review of David Miller’s book, God at Work, Harvard Business Review. “Just as religion and spirituality are surmounting practical objections and gaining legitimacy in corporate life, here comes a book to make the trend sustainable. Miller [...] usefully charts the history of previous attempts to put religion into business.”
May 2007 | “Redeeming Bitterness” Christianity Today. In an interview, Miroslav Volf tells how to stop the “shield of memory” from turning into a sword.
May 17, 2007 | “The Merger of Faith and Work” PR Tactics and The Strategist Online. David Miller touches on the difficulties companies face in setting policy on the expression of faith in the workplace. (Article appears in the spring issue of The Strategist.)
May 2007 | Miroslav Volf interviewed by Pastor Doug Bixby, The Covenant Companion magazine. “This interview provides a compelling picture of his story of costly discipleship and reconciliation,” writes judge Timothy Morgan, deputy managing editor of Christianity Today magazine.
April 25, 2007 | “Storing up riches: Good, bad?” South Bend Tribune. David Miller discusses the relation between wealth and faith in an article reporting on the Notre Dame conference “Muslim, Christian and Jewish Views on the Creation of Wealth.”
April 22, 2007 | “Episcopalians turn to U2 rock for Eucharist soundtrack” tennessean.com. Chris Scharen cites the spirituality and Christian meaning in U2 songs.
March 2007 | “Is God a concept for you, or a living reality?” FoxNews.com, fan central blog. In this column, Lauren Green of Fox News talks about David Miller's new book and the notion that faith is not something you can leave at home while you go to work.
March 17, 2007 | “Faith is latest type of diversity in workplace” The Dallas Morning News. David Miller is quoted in an article about faith being an increasingly important facet of diversity in the workplace.
March 14, 2007 | “Gudstro rykker ind på kontorerne” (“Faith Gets Office Space”) Kristeligt Dagblad, Denmark. David Miller is interviewed in an article about the increasing integration of faith in the workplace.
March 7, 2007 | “Religion Is New Diversity Push in the Workplace” Beliefnet. David Miller is featured in an article about the gaining acceptance of religion in the workplace as part of a diverse work force.
March 6, 2007 | “What It Means to Be A ‘Faith-Friendly Company’” HR.BLR.com. “Although it’s acceptable for nonprofit organizations to be faith based, [David Miller] said other organizations should focus on creating a ‘faith-friendly’ culture in which they are ‘welcoming and respectful’ of all faiths, as well as of those who don’t follow any particular religion.”
February 20, 2007 | “Religious faith growing in workplace” Rapid City Journal. David Miller is quoted in article on the growth of faith in the workplace.
February 19, 2007 | “Religion finds secure home in the office” The Journal Gazette/Fort Wayne. David Miller is interviewed in article on the coexistence of faith, fellowship and work.
February 15, 2007 | “Faith-at-work movement going mainstream” The Miami Herald. David Miller’s talk at the Florida International University about the growing Faith-at-Work movement is discussed in an article by Niala Boodhoo.
February 11, 2007 | “Churches Sing the Gospel According to U2” Chicago Tribune. Chris Scharen is interviewed in an article on about the trend in churches who are using the music of the rock band U2 in services they call “U2Charists.”
January 30, 2007 | “‘U2charist’ Spreads Across World” Irish Independent. Chris Scharen is interviewed in an article on about the trend in churches who are using the music of the rock band U2 in services they call “U2Charists.”
January 24, 2007 | “Scholar Defines Faith-At-Work as a Social Movement” Publishers Weekly Religion BookLine. David Miller’s new book God at Work is discussed in an article on the Faith at Work movement.
January 24, 2007 | “Toppling a Taboo: Businesses Go ‘Faith-Friendly’” knowledge@Wharton David Miller and his new book God at Work is featured in an article on business going faith-friendly.
January 17, 2007 | “Finding God at Work” CNNMoney/Fortune David Miller is interviewed by Fortune’s Marc Gunther in an article on companies becoming faith-friendly.
December 27, 2006 | “More U.S. Companies Becoming Faith Friendly” Dagen.se (Sweden). David W. Miller is quoted in this article by Elisabeth Braw on the increasing support for faith in the workplace.
December 18, 2006 | “A New Agenda for U.S. Evangelicals” The Christian Science Monitor. Mark Totten, a fellow at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, writes about the changing dynamics of America's Evangelicals.
December 6, 2006 | “Faith at Work Is No Longer Taboo” newswise.com. David Miller quoted in an article on becoming a faith friendly company.
December 6, 2006 | “Survey: Teens Feel Intense Pressure to Succeed — Even if it Means Cutting Ethical Corners” csrwire.com. David Miller quoted in an article on a study on the ethical choices youth make in the quest for success.
December 4, 2006 | “At Bosses’ Invitation, Chaplains Come Into Workplace and Onto Payroll” The New York Times. David Miller featured in article on workplace chaplaincy.
November 2006 | “Faith at Work: What Does It Mean to Be a ‘Faith-Friendly’ Company?” The Conference Board, Executive Action Series. Article based on discussions and a presentation by David W. Miller.
October 25, 2006 | “Symposium Addresses Religion” YaleDailyNews.com. Article covers the recent symposium to discuss the relationship of religion and politics.
October 2006 | “The Church’s Great Malfunctions” Christianity Today. Miroslav Volf analyzed the “church’s great malfuntions” in an essay for the magazine’s 50th-year anniversary issue. In it, he argued that “if faith only heals and energizes, then it is merely a crutch, not a way of life.”
Fall 2006 | “Getting Fundamental: Corporate Social Responsibility and Religion” (see page 14 of pdf), Leading Perspectives, a publication from Business for Social Responsibility. David Miller is speaking at the Business For Social Responsibility (www.bsr.org) annual conference. He will be participating in a panel on “Keeping the Faith: Religious Frameworks for Corporate Social Responsibility,” along with Marc Gunther, senior writer Fortune magazine, Asher Meir, Research Director, Business Ethics Center of Jerusalem, and Jamal Badawi, Professor Emeritus, St. Mary’s University (Halifax, Nova Scotia).
October 8, 2006 | “Coping with Evil in Our Society” The Ledger Online. In the aftermath of recent school shootings, Miroslav Volf is interviewed in Cary McMullen’s article on evil in our society.
September 2, 2006 | “The Last Taboo: An Interview with David Miller, The High Calling of Our Daily Work, “New This Week.” David Miller is featured in an article on integrating faith and work.
September 2, 2006 | “The Theology of Giving” World Magazine. Miroslav Volf is interviewed by Marvin Olasky.
July 9, 2006 | “God Is My Coworker” The Sun-Sentinel. David Miller is featured in an article on spirituality in the workplace.
June 5, 2006 | “Finding Spirituality Amid Slaughter” DesMoines Register. David Miller is featured in an article on workplace Chaplaincy on the front lines of the meat processing industry.
April 13, 2006 | “When Living Your Faith Means Risking Death” The Hartford Courant. Miroslav Volf is featured in an article on Christians living with their faith in many of the world's troubled regions.
April 7, 2006 | “Liberal Denomination Fires Salvos at Right” The New York Times. Christian Scharen is quoted in an article discussing the struggles between liberals and the right within the church.
April 1, 2006 | “U2 Eucharist Phenomenon” Boston Globe. Christian Scharen is quoted in an article discussing the trend of Anglican churches hosting communion services built around the spirit-infused music of the rock band U2.
April 1, 2006 | “Yale SPE Fosters “Faith as a Way of Life” Duke University. Christian Scharen's article about preliminary findings from the Lilly Endowment funded Faith as a Way of Life Project on pastoral excellence.
April 1, 2006 | “Giving and Forgiving” World Magazine, Weekly News. Miroslav Volf is interviewed by Greg Dabel in an article on life in the post-war Balkans.
March 27, 2006 | “The Bible and U2” ChristianityToday.Com. An excerpt from Chris Scharen's new book One Step Closer shows that Bono and his band often work scriptural references into their songs, and the resulting poetry — and music — is irresistible to listeners … whether they're people of faith or spiritual seekers.
March 7, 2006 | “Free of Charge” The Christian Century. Miroslav Volf’s Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace is reviewed by Jason Byassee.
March 2006 | “Giving and Forgiving: Free of Charge” CBN.com. Miroslav Volf’s Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace is reviewed.
March 5, 2006 | “Shoppers Balance Beliefs, Business” WashingtonPost.com. David Miller is quoted in Nikita Stewart’s article on the growth of consumers using their faith as guide in making shopping decisions.
February 8, 2006 | “New Christian Group Gathers at Div. School” Yale Daily News. Article covers Emergent Theological Conversation, an event hosted at the Yale Divinity school and co-sponsored by YCFC.
February 6, 2006 | “Oxygenating Theology: Jesus in a Business Suit?” The Yale Christian Observer. David Miller is interviewed about the centers efforts to integrate work and faith.
February 3, 2006 | “Bono at the National Prayer Breakfast” Religion News Service. Christian Scharen is quoted in an article reporting on the galvanizing speech given by U2 lead singer Bono at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C.
February 2006 | “Meeting God the Giver, Forgiver” Anglican Journal – Canada. Miroslav Volf’s Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace is reviewed by Wayne A. Holst.
February 2006 | “Giving and Forgiving: Free of Charge” Religion News Service. Press release published on Miroslav Volf's recent title.
January 2006 | “Freedom of Religion” PlanSponsor.com. David Miller is quoted in an article by Bruce Shutan on the growing need ofworkers to integrate faith with work.
January 1, 2006 | “Solace During a Tough Workday” FresnoBee.com. Travis Tucker is quoted in an article by Robert Rodriguez focusing on the spiritual needs in a workplace.
December 25, 2005 | “Faith, Spirituality Coming to Workplace” NewsOK.com. Tim McGuire’s article series focuses on the prominence of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture in the pursuit of integrating faith and work.
December 13, 2005 | “Christmas Jeers. Target, Lowe’s and Wal-Mart Get Caught in the Culture Wars” Money.cnn.com. David Miller offers solutions in Marc Gunther's article on how retailers can address the often difficult cultural and religious aspects of the season.
December 6, 2005 | “Mixing Prayer With Poultry and Meat Sales” AdAge.com. David Miller is quoted in Stephanie Thompson’s article on the new faith friendly marketing campaign from Tyson Foods.
November 24, 2005 | “Turkey Set, Guests Seated. Something You Want to Say?” The New York Times. Julia Moskin's article on grace accommodating for pluralism profiles the book “Giving Thanks at Mealtime,” edited by David Miller.
October 23, 2005 | “Religious Faith Finding Place in Workplace” Chicago Tribune. David Miller is quoted in Barbara Rose’s article on integrating faith and work.
October 17, 2005 | “Smells Like Team Spiritual” Connecticut Business News Journal. David Miller is quoted in Karen Singer’s article on “faith-friendly” policies and practices in Connecticut companies.
September 2005 | “Spirituality in America: God on the Job?” Ladies’ Home Journal. David Gibson’s profile of the faith-at-work movement quotes David Miller: “There’s a desire for people to live a meaningful, integrated life. They’re tired of a compartmentalized existence where the different parts of their identity — their soul, their spirit — are cut out. We work crazy, long hours, and if we’re really honest, most of us don’t do it just for the paycheck. We hope to get something else out of it.”
September 21, 2005 | Wall Street Journal. David Miller’s course “Succeeding Without Selling Your Soul” is mentioned in a description of the Yale School of Management, which was ranked #5 among American M.B.A. programs in a Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive survey of business recruiters.
September 1, 2005 | “Spiritual Guidance…in the Workplace?” Christian Science Monitor. Jane Lampman’s article mentions the first National Conference on Workplace Chaplaincy in the context of a general look at the ministries of corporate chaplains.
August 31, 2005 | “Workplace Chaplains Growing Movement” Cadillac News. The first National Conference on Workplace Chaplaincy was reported by Dale Killingbeck; several people from Workplace Chaplains Inc., based in Cadillac, Michigan, attended the conference.
July 18, 2005 | “Christians Not Hesitant to Mix Faith, Business” Louisville Courier-Journal. David Miller is quoted in Christie Smythe’s report on Christian business owners and professionals in the Louisville, Kentucky area.
June 26, 2005 | “Setting Some New Priorities” Boulder Daily Camera. The Ethics and Spirituality in the Workplace program is mentioned by Matt Branaugh in his regular business column, “Tech Range.”
May 29, 2005 | “At Some Companies, Every Day is ‘Bring Your Faith to Work Day’” Sioux City Journal. Michele Linck’s article reports a visit by David Miller to Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc., headquarters in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota.
May 20, 2005 | “Chaplain Tells Prayer Breakfast of Experiences at Ground Zero” Wichita Eagle. Joe Rodriguez’s article summarizes David Miller’s presentation at the 2005 Wichita (Kansas) Prayer Breakfast.
May 15, 2005 | “Religion Makes Inroads in the Corporate Arena” Los Angeles Times. David Miller is quoted in Faye Fiore’s article on the shift in attitudes toward religion in the workplace.
April 3, 2005 | “Scandals Incite More Outrage Than Change” Chicago Tribune. David Miller is quoted in Janet Kidd Stewart’s article on the mismatch between attitudes toward Wall Street ethical breaches and actual investment practices.
March 21, 2005 | “The Faith-at-Work Movement Finds a Home” MSNBC.com. Alex Johnson quotes David Miller in his report on the “critical mass” of faith-friendly workplaces and work-oriented ministries in northwest Arkansas. The story is part of a series on Faith in America airing on the “Today” show and NBC Nightly News and appearing on the MSNBC site.
March 10, 2005 | “Does Wall Street Finally Need an Ethics Code?” Wall Street Journal. David Miller is quoted in Dennis Berman’s article on a proposed code of investment banking ethics.
February 18, 2005 | “Finding Faith in Workplace” Stockton Record. David Siders’s article reports David Miller’s keynote at the 2005 Leadership Prayer Breakfast in Stockton, California.
February 12, 2005 | “Shift in Attitudes Allows Charles’ Remarriage,” Baltimore Sun. Chris Scharen is quoted on differing religious evaluations of remarriage after divorce in Janice D’Arcy’s story.
January 9, 2005 | “Faith in the Workplace” Charlotte Observer. Rick Rothacker’s article quotes David Miller in the course of a survey of the faith in the workplace movement.
January 3, 2005 | “Spiritual Beliefs Blend into Work” Chicago Tribune. David Miller is quoted in Ann Meyer’s special report.
December 13, 2004 | “Profs Receive Yale Award for Family Nurture Course” Baptist Press News. Kyle Smith’s story notes that David Nelson and Bruce Ashford of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary “have received one of four $5,000 awards from Yale Divinity School for a course they designed to help pastors equip families to live wisely in God’s world.” The awards are a program of the Faith as a Way of Life project.
December 1, 2004 | “Theologian Tackles Issues of Faith” Yale Daily News. The first YCFC Theology Live event, with Stanley Hauerwas of Duke Divinity School, was reported by Victoria Katsarou.
November 7, 2004 | “Multiple Dimensions to ‘Moral Values’” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. David Miller is quoted in Tom Heinen’s article on the role of religious faith and moral values in the 2004 U.S. Presidential election.
September 24, 2004 | “Embracing Difference Enriches Lives, Volf Reminds Bishops” Episcopal News Service. Patricia McCaughan’s story quotes extensively from Miroslav Volf’s address to the national House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church USA. (Also see John Wiley’s AP story in the The Seattle Times.)
September 20, 2004 | “Conference Addresses Moral Trust” Yale Daily News. Stephen Gikow’s story reports the inaugural Sarah Smith Memorial Conference on Moral Leadership at Yale Divinity School.
August 15, 2004 | “The Many Delicate Issues of Spirituality in the Office” The New York Times. Eilene Zimmerman’s story quotes David Miller in the course of sketching some of the motivations and challenges of faith in the workplace.
July 10, 2004 | “Filling the Gap from Sunday to Monday” Bremerton Sun. Sally Santana reports part of an email interview with David Miller.
June 7, 2004 | “New York Professionals Say ‘In God We Trust’” Crain’s New York Business. José Zeilstra, member of the FWL National Working Group, and David Miller are quoted in Anita Jain’s story on New York City businesspeople and artists bringing faith to bear on their work.
May 3, 2004 | “Can Faith and Prosperity Co-Exist?” BET.com. Donna M. Owens’s story, posted on the African-American portal BET.com, quotes several African-American CEOs along with David Miller on the growing influence of the faith at work movement.
March 17, 2004 | “What Would Jesus Say About Enron?” The New York Times. John Leland’s article surveys a number of initiatives bringing faith into contact with business practices and politics.
March 6, 2004 | “Faith Has Role in Workplace” Greenwich Time. Clyde Wills’s story reports David Miller’s first presentation in the Greenwich Executive Breakfast Series on “Faith and Ethics in the Workplace.”
February 2004 | “Practicing Your Faith at Work,” Minaret. David Miller is quoted in a story by Akhtar H. Emon: “Now, companies are thinking that being a faith-friendly employer is a natural follow-on to being a family-friendly employer.” (Reported by Robert Plocheck in The Dallas Morning News on March 4, 2004.)
December 5, 2003 | “In Focus: Center for Faith and Culture” Yale Bulletin and Calendar. Susan Gonzalez’s profile of YCFC in Yale University’s newsletter quotes David Miller, Miroslav Volf, and Yale Divinity School Dean Harry Attridge.
November 17, 2003 | “A New Spirit at Work” Christian Science Monitor. Jane Lampman’s story contains links to several other sites concerned with faith and work.
November-December 2003 | “Faith at Work” Across the Board. A number of contemporary manifestations of the “faith at work” movement are described, and leaders quoted, in Theodore Kinni’s article. Across the Board is published by the business site The Conference Board.
October 2003 | “The Faith at Work Movement,” Theology Today. David Miller’s lead article in this issue of Theology Today is accompanied by an interview with Steven Reinemund, CEO of PepsiCo, along with other articles dealing with Christian faith and the business world. (For copies of these articles, contact David.)
October 12, 2003 | “Work Ethic: New Center at Yale Focuses on Workplace Spirituality” The New Haven Register. Mary O’Leary’s story profiling David Miller and the Ethics and Spirituality in the Workplace initiative appeared in conjunction with Yale Divinity School’s Convocation celebrations.