Business for the Glory of God: The Bible’s Teaching on the Moral Goodness of Business by Wayne Grudem

  • Stephen E. Whiting


Recommended for discerning readers only. In Business for the Glory of God (2003, Crossway), Grudem seeks to show the moral goodness of business; that many aspects of business are morally good in themselves and bring glory to God. Grudem asserts that business people imitate the character of God by representing God on earth through a variety of business activities. Grudem identifies how God is glorified by the following topics, with a chapter devoted to each: Ownership, Productivity, Employment, Commercial Transactions, Profit, Money, Inequality of Possessions, Competition, and Borrowing and Lending. He concludes with two chapters on Attitudes of Heart and Effects on World Poverty.
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