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God at WorkThe History and Promise of the Faith at Work Movement$
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David W. Miller

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780195314809

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2007

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195314809.001.0001

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 Analyzing and Understanding the Faith at Work Movement

 Analyzing and Understanding the Faith at Work Movement

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(p.125) seven Analyzing and Understanding the Faith at Work Movement
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God at Work
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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195314809.003.0007

This chapter develops a new framework and language for discussing the FAW movement. It presents the Integration Box, which builds on and utilizes this book's findings about the demand side, supply side, and evidence of the FAW movement qua movement. It is clear that a quest for integration is the organizing principle of the FAW movement. Moreover, participants in the movement tend to experience and express the quest for the integration of faith and work through one or more of the modalities of ethics, evangelism, experience, and enrichment. When transposed into a new nonlinear theoretical framework, these Four E's result in the Integration Box, a model containing these four quadrants, or types, of FAW orientations and associated language. This conceptual framework facilitates critical analysis, discourse, and understanding the movement and its participants. Each quadrant represents one of the Four E's as the primary manifestation of the quest for integration.

Keywords:   integration, religion, religions movement, ethics, evangelism, experience, enrichment

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