Business For The Glory Of God : The Bible 's Teaching On The Moral Goodness Of Business

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Wayne Grudem in his book ‘Business for the glory of God: The Bible’s teaching on the moral goodness of business.’ points out eleven key factors that as a Christian one should take into consideration when starting or running a business. They include ownership, productivity, employment, commercial transactions, profit, money, inequality of possessions, competition, borrowing and lending, attitudes of heart, and effect on world poverty. The main purpose behind writing this book I feel is that Mr. Grudem wants to show the readers that as with anything else that we do in this world can be used to bring honor to God. A business is no exception to that and I quote, “I am going to argue that many aspect of business activity are morally good in themselves, and that in themselves they bring glory to God- through they also have great potential for misuse and wrongdoing.” (Grudem, 2003) For you can run a business and bring your faith into the business. For really as Christian we must go into any project with that mind set. That our faith must be involved and God just as we asked Him to be in our life as Lord and Saviour must be in all of the work we do. If not then we would not prosper. While writing this book, I do not believe that Mr. Gruden was not writing a book to be the only one that a buiness owner would need to read on how to run a business that would being honor and glory to God. His intent was to given the reader key points that are a key factor for those who…

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