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God And Business: Christianity's Case For Capitalism
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God and Business offers a new way of looking at our free enterprise system. Economist Robert Richards explores how business and God interact. Is capitalism grounded in the Bible? What does Christianity say about free enterprise? Can a modern business person look to God for answers to business problems? Richards answers these questions, and more, in his insightful book.
- The genius of capitalism as its accommodating the dual nature of humanity both as created in God's image and likeness and as fallen sinners.
- The great virtue of capitalism as its being the only economic system consistent with the Christian imperative to "love one another."
- The key attributes of capitalism as liberty, trust, egalitarianism, justice, and hope - the very values embodied in Christianity.
Number of Pages: 572
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2002
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
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