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Faith and Work (Op-Ed, Second Edition)

Dear Reader, Contrary to general expectations, the center of faith at this University lies not in Rockefeller Chapel, the Divinity School, or Bond Chapel, but rather the Saieh Hall for Economics. Formerly the location of Chicago Theological Seminary, the so-called “Money Church” represents not only the University’s most significant accomplishments, but also the lives of

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