Philanthropy

 
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Globe Trot: Christian districts in Aleppo bear brunt of latest shelling

By Mindy Belz
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International | SYRIA: Barnabas Fund, with contacts among churches in Syria, particularly Aleppo, reports Christian districts in the city bearing the brunt of a week’s…

Karl Zinsmeister: Relinquishers and polyarchs

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | Karl Zinsmeister, journalist and vice president of the Philanthropy Roundtable, was President George W. Bush’s chief domestic policy advisor. WORLD’s Feb.

Love and charity

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | Profiling givers who made a difference in the lives of others

Jack Templeton dies at age 75

By Marvin Olasky
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Obituary | The former pediatric surgeon and head of the John Templeton Foundation sought to glorify his heavenly Father while honoring his earthly one

Web Reads: Why do we give our cast-offs to the poor?

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Selfish giving. In the relief and development world, the acronym SWEDOW (Stuff We Don’t Want) has come to stand for the practice of giving our cast-off…

Philanthropic and academic arrogance

By Marvin Olasky
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Education | Not only donors practice what Charles Dickens satirized as “telescopic philanthropy.” Professors wise in their own eyes fall into it as well. Dickens…

Buffett philanthropy emphasizes effective giving

By Andrew Branch
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Education | Billionaire Warren Buffett made a name for himself making money. But he wants to be remembered for his ability to give it all—$58 billion in Berkshire…

Maximum optimist

Maximum optimist

By Warren Cole Smith
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Philanthropy | Philanthropist John M. Templeton turned others' losses into billions of gains

 
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