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Art Lindsley

Rev. Dr. Art Lindsley

Vice President of the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics (IFWE), Chairman of the Board at Transform World, Former President at C.S.Lewis Institute

Talk: How Work Leads to Transformation in God’s Kingdom



Rev. Dr. Art Lindsley is the Vice President of Theological Initiatives at IFWE, where he oversees the development of a theology that integrates faith, work, and economics. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Transform World and is on the Executive Committee of the Geneva Institute for Leadership and Public Policy. Previously, Dr. Lindsley had served as President of the C.S Lewis Institute and Senior Fellow since 1987. Prior to serving as President of the CS Lewis Institute, Dr. Lindsley was Director of Educational Ministries at the Ligonier Valley Study Center and Staff Specialist with the Coalition for Christian Outreach in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is also co-founder of Reformed Theological Seminary’s Washington, D.C. campus. Dr. Lindsley is also an editor of and contributing author to IFWE’s Counting the Cost: Christian Perspectives on Capitalism and For the Least of These: A Biblical Answer to Poverty. He is the author of C.S. Lewis’s Case for Christ, of True Truth, and of Love: The Ultimate Apologetic. He is also co-author with R.C. Sproul and John Gerstner of Classical Apologetics, and he often writes articles on theology, apologetics, C.S. Lewis, and the lives of many other authors and teachers. Rev. Dr. Lindsley earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Seattle Pacific University, Master of Divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and Doctor of Philosophy in Religious Studies from the University of Pittsburgh. He and his wife Connie live in Arlington, Virginia and have two sons, Trey and Jonathan.

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