In the past, law and society formed a fixed background for business operations. A business simply conformed to legal requirements and established social practices, while providing its distinct product or service to the marketplace. That time is past. Now both law and society are in flux, and whether they like it or not, business organizations cannot escape Read more
What’s Wrong With Cultural Impact
Baccalaureate Address by Graham Walker at Patrick Henry College, Purcellville, Virginia, May 2011
Those who are preoccupied with cultural impact will undermine the very cultural impact they seek to exercise. The only foundation for life, work, and advocacy is a conviction of truth, independent of any calculation of its effect.
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Farewell Address to Patrick Henry College, December 1, 2014
The following is a transcript of farewell remarks delivered by Graham Walker in a convocation of faculty, staff and students at Patrick Henry College, Purcellville, Virginia, on December 1, 2014.
I thank the college leadership for allowing this opportunity for a few good-bye remarks, which is also an opportunity for giving thanks publicly to the Lord for our nearly nine years of being connected to Patrick Henry College. Naturally I find myself in this season both looking back and looking forward. Read more