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Witness in Marketplace

Musicians, politicians, lawyers and sport stars should not just leave their jobs because it gets to be difficult to demonstrate Christian ethics in their line of duty, says Ravi Zacharias during a Q & A at the South Asia Executive Programme held in Colombo from July 5 to 7, 2018. Honour your calling, but be wise in how you say no to what is not right.

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Q&A Session on Spiritual Journey and Disciplines

with Stuart McAllister, Abdu Murray and Ravi Zacharias How do we battle with the increasing pressures at the workplace and still keep our Christian faith? What is our role when God is silent? How do we build a strong Christian support community? These are some of the questions tackled by Stuart McAllister, Abdu Murray and Ravi Zacharias at the South Asia Executive Programme held in July 2018 in Sri Lanka.

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Artificial Intelligence – Machines Made In Our Own Image!

by Biju George A professor of religion recently gave a very strange classroom assignment to his students. He told his students to ask Siri, the personal assistant in Apple devices, to pray for them and observe what happened. Siri basically responded, “I’m not programmed to do that.” Welcome to the world of artificial intelligence and the questions that it raises. We are now in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution popularly known as Industry 4.0. One of the key drivers of this revolution is Artificial Intelligence(AI). Hyper-intelligent machines are already an in-thing in the industry. While the invention is […]

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A Gentle Philosophy of Success

by Daniel Thejus and Jacob Cheriyan In the modern world, people are driven by the need to Succeed. How do we define a successful person? Does success lie only in the hands of an individual? Can a person be successful in all areas of life? These are some of the questions that Daniel Thejus and Jacob Cheriyan try to answer as they dialogue to gain a better understanding of a very misunderstood, but absolutely important word.

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Sleep and Slumber

by Jill Carattini It is commendable that the city that never sleeps is at least taking naps. MetroNaps, a New York company that was founded in 2003 and tested at Carnegie Mellon University, provides a chance for over-worked employees, shoppers, and travelers to put their busy schedules on hold. The goal, to fight workplace fatigue, started with workers in Manhattan and has since spread in cities across four continents. The weary are offered a state-of-the-art sleep pod designed to maximize the invigorating effects of a brief rest. Appropriately, the gift of napping is also givable. “Nap Passes” can be purchased […]

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