Business Ethics Today: Stealing

Business Ethics Today: Stealing

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Business Ethics Today: Stealing, is a must read for anyone passionate about doing business in God's world.

Business Ethics Today: Stealing is an anthology produced from a Business Ethics Conference which took place in June, 2011. 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. For a complete description, look below.

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Authors Include:

Philip J. Clements, Peter Lillback, Philip Ryken, Robert Doll, Ron Ferner, Wayne Grudem, Barry Asmus, David Cowan, William Edgar, Bret Schundler, John Weiser, Jack Templeton, Vern Poythress, John Coors, Julius Kim, John Mesher, Andrew Peterson, Keith Krzewski, Stephen Austin, Mark Futato, Calvin Chin, William Goligher, David Epstein, Luder Whitlock,

Product Details

  • Paperback: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Center For Christian Business Ethics Today, LLC. (2011)
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds

Description:

Business Ethics Today: Stealing is an anthology produced from a Business Ethics Conference which took place in June, 2011. 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. Business Ethics Today: Stealing, enables a reflection on the core beliefs as articulated in the Westminster Larger Catechism, specifically Questions 140, 141, and 142. This text looks at the blessings and curses found in the obedience and disobedience of the the 8th Commandment. Men like Peter Lillback, Robert Doll, Wayne Grudem, Bill Edgar, Philip Clements and Philip Ryken have each written chapters engaging in these important discussions in Business Ethics. With these men and many others, Business Ethics Today: Stealing, is a must read for anyone passionate about doing business in God’s world.