The Lake Institute on Faith and Giving at the Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University, is currently fielding applications for the 2012 Lake Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship.
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Speaking of Faith’s Krista Tippett interviews Jacqueline Novogratz, founder and CEO of the Acumen Fund, on the ethics of aid and the coining of the term “patient capitalism.”
Nathan Schneider profiles John Templeton and the Foundation he built, in The Nation.
If you want to be a New Atheist, first and foremost, you need to possess an unrelenting desire to help. The desire may seem at times cruel, but you have to start focusing on a higher good: the goal here is to get the cannibals to put down their wafer and wine glass. It’s not for your wellness, but for the good of mankind.