But Wayne Grudem introduces a novel concept: business itself glorifies God See how your business, and your life in business, can be dedicated to GodÕs glory. Grudem offers solid guidance for avoiding marketplace temptations while simultaneously Business for the Glory of God () by Wayne Grudem. (96 pages) Can business activity in itself be morally good and pleasing to God? Sometimes business can seem so shady–manipulating the “bottom line,”.

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But there are strong warnings against spending too much on ones self and living in self-indulgent luxury” James 5. Or sometimes it considered outright evil. Being dishonest in business dealings. Trivia About Business for the Refresh and try again.

In some cases, I believe his assessment of Scripture is accurate. He shows that all aspects of business, including ownership, profit, money, competition, and borrowing and lending, glorify God because they are reflective of God’s nature. I hadn’t but I have now. Mar 11, Justin Tapp rated it liked it Shelves: The fractional reserve banking system is seen by Grudem to be a God-given invention that allows us to multiply the amount of money that’s available for all to use and borrow.

I know that Dr. In this regard, Grudem provides constant reminders of the temptations involved with finances, but also explores the many ways in which they can be good and used for good. If you don’t work you won’t eat.


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

Borrowing and Lending Each chapter follows the same pattern. While not as full as I’d wished it was, it still contained some really good insight from the Bible about the morally good nature of business – that God created it to be a good thing.

The Bible’s Teaching on the Moral Goodness of Rent-seeking behavior to protect a monopoly, and exploitation of market power. But that is exactly what this book is going to claim.

I have a testimony to share in the future, how my business life will be devoted to the glorification of God. Meh I had to read it for school.

Business of cultural practice, it is apparent that Grudem writes from the perspective of one who lives in a democracy with a sort of thriving capitalistic economy. Jan 21, Ryan Watkins rated it really liked it Shelves: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Inequality of possessions an intriguing and controversy-ready chapter!

Professor of Economics, Arizona State University. This is a helpful message for both Christians or secularists who believe business is intrinsically evil, and for Christians who have heard that full-time ministry glogy the only first-class vocation, and business is for second-class Christians wishing to support “ministry.

Would of like more explanations and more focus on solutions to negatives in business.


The best solution to poverty is enterprise– which requires property rights and incentives. He argues that the components of business, divided into nine chapters, are actually fundamentally good, and provide greater opportunities to bring glory to God.

Business for the Glory of God – Wayne Grudem

Business for the Glory of God: He ends with a short review on the effects of the above on attitudes of the heart and the effect of business on world poverty. This is a helpful messag In his brief book just under pagesBusiness for the Glory of God: Rich Brott Limited preview – There is nothing wrong with a democracy and a thriving capitalistic economy, but I am afraid that some of the author’s claims and statements reflected his cultural bias.

The weakest arguments by far are his argument that inequality of possessions is the flr God intended things to be, that this is a good thing that gives glory to God. Based on that foundation, he concludes that God ordained ownership, as opposed to communal sharing.