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Grant Dunnavan

Posts by Grant Dunnavan

Grant Dunnavan was selected as a 2019 Blog Contributor for the Faith & Public Life blog and is a junior at Wheaton College where he studies international relations. He is from Orlando, Florida, and participated in debate, soccer, and Boy Scouts throughout high school, earning his Eagle Scout rank in 2016. On campus, Grant sang in Men’s Glee Club for two years, worked as a member of AEI’s Executive Council, and currently serves as junior class president. He interned for the House of Representatives bipartisan Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission in 2019, and will be interning at the Heritage Foundation in the Spring of 2020.

Rehabilitation Through the Redemption of Labor

How would you feel if everyone knew you by the worst thing you ever did? What if, like a bearer of the scarlet letter, you were marked for scorn and distrusted by the majority of people around you? This is the life of a modern incarcerated individual. As the bearer of...

How Should the Church Engage in a Consumer Society?

“To be prophetic is to host a world other than the one that is in front of us.” Christians, as theologian Walter Brueggemann so eloquently wrote, ought to be set apart, practicing faith and life in a way that is unique and attractive to those outside of the body of...

On the Correlation of Capitalism and Christianity

“He that will not work shall not eat.” With these famous words pulled from 2 Thessalonians 3:10, Capt. John Smith uttered a phrase that both saved Jamestown and breathed a capitalistic nature into the very fabric of American society. Nearly 300 years later, German...