Capitalism, Renewing Culture, and a New Kind of Man: Thom Wolf’s Universal Disciple

Capitalism, Renewing Culture, and a New Kind of Man: Thom Wolf’s Universal Disciple

While the Universal Disciple Pattern helps people study the common apostolic approach to discussing the New Life in Christ as it is revealed in the letters of the New Testament, the pattern has broader social implications.

It turns out that the teaching laid out in the Universal Disciple Pattern in the New Testament is the foundation of what some sociologists and economists call “progress prone cultures”. To the degree that individuals in cultures broadly reflect these patterns, the more likely the people/nation/culture is likely to climb out of dependence and poverty.  The Gospel is indeed transforming on many levels.

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