Symposium on Common Grace in Business

Keynote Conference Speakers

Breakfast Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Peter Heslam-- Dr. Heslam is Director of Transforming Business, a multi-disciplinary research and development project on enterprise solutions to poverty at Cambridge University. He has established an international reputation for work at the interface between ethics, business, society, and culture.

Dinner Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Richard Mouw--Dr. Mouw is an American theologian and philosopher. He is the former President of Fuller Theological Seminary, a position he held for 20 years. He is currently the Professor of Faith and Public Life at Fuller's School of Theology.


Other Business and Thought Leaders Speaking

Event Date: 
October 31, 2014 (All day)

Members of the faith, business, and academic communities are invited to the Symposium on Common Grace: What it Means and Why it Matters, a one-day conference exploring Abraham Kuyper's works on common grace and how it applies to various business disciplines. The event will also celebrate the publication of the Acton Institute's first translation of Kuyper's works on common grace into English.

Several high profile scholars and businessmen and women are slated to attend and present at this all-day event including keynote presentations from Dr. Peter Heslam, Director of Transforming Business at Cambridge University and Dr. Richard Mouw, former President of Fuller Theological Seminary.

Registration is $149 per person; Student price (currently enrolled in college or seminary) is $99 and includes all meals and refreshments for the day. For more information on this conference, please email seminars@calvin.edu.

This event is co-sponsored by Calvin Center for Innovation in Business, Acton Institute and additional funding by J.C. and Tammy Huizenga.

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