Laskias book wrestles with the ahypocrisya of Christians as business types. While coming very close to suggesting an impossible relationship between the business world and the Christian establishment, Laski cleverly leaves some room to maneuver. Capitalizing on the differing forms of capitalism suggested by Michael Moffett, and allowing that the Christian paradigm is unlikely to bend, he holds out an olive branch of sortsa]which includes taking a good, hard, introspective look at the behaviors and relationships of both paradigms as they relate to each other.
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