Business Ethics Today: Foundations

October 30, 2017 - Comment

Business Ethics Today: Foundations is an anthology produced from a Business Ethics Conference which took place in June, 2010. Underlying the Conference and this text is the belief that the Protestant Reformation created a culture for business that is fundamental to the commercial world as we know it today. As a society moves away from

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Business Ethics Today: Foundations is an anthology produced from a Business Ethics Conference which took place in June, 2010. Underlying the Conference and this text is the belief that the Protestant Reformation created a culture for business that is fundamental to the commercial world as we know it today. As a society moves away from the acceptance of Christianity, the principles arising from this culture are at risk. Foundations enables a reflection on the core beliefs as articulated in the Westminster Confession of Faith and their impact on doing business. Men like Peter Lillback, Chuck Colson, Wayne Grudem, and Philip Ryken have each written chapters engaging in these important discussions in Business Ethics. With these men and many others, Foundations is a must read for anyone passionate about doing business in God’s world.

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A.J.Smith says:

Good reading for business people who want to honor God in their work. Business Ethics Today is a series of articles that seeks to bridge the gap between work and faith. Some of the articles are scholarly while others are practical and pastoral. Overall, I enjoyed the book and, as a pastor, discovered some ways in which I can better help the business people of the church.

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