• Reason in the Balance

    Reason in the Balance

    The Case Against Naturalism in Science, Law Education

    by Phillip E. Johnson

    Phillip E. Johnson exposes the flawed underpinnings of naturalism in this discussion of evolution, sex education, abortion, God, the search for a grand unified theory in physics, what our public schools should teach, the basis of law and more.

  • Organizational Leadership

    Organizational Leadership

    Foundations and Practices for Christians

    Edited by Jack Burns, John R. Shoup, and Donald C. Simmons Jr.

    This comprehensive text for Christians on organizational leadership provides theological foundations while tracing the historic roots of management, organization and leadership theories. All of this leads to five essential challenges and practices--communication, negotiation, decision-making, financial stewardship and personal development.

  • Bulls, Bears and Golden Calves

    Bulls, Bears and Golden Calves

    Applying Christian Ethics in Economics

    by John E. Stapleford

    John Stapleford interacts with seven standard introductory economics texts to show how ethics are inextricably intertwined with economic life and analysis. This revised and expanded edition includes discussions of entitlements, global poverty, government debt, healthcare reform and immigration reform.

  • Great Commission Companies

    Great Commission Companies

    The Emerging Role of Business in Missions

    by Steven Rundle and Tom A. Steffen

    In this landmark book, economist Steve Rundle and missiologist Tom Steffen offer their paradigm for the convergence of business and missions--the Great Commission Company. This revised and expanded edition provides new and updated case studies of Great Commission Companies in diverse contexts around the world.

  • Why Business Matters to God

    Why Business Matters to God

    (And What Still Needs to Be Fixed)

    by Jeff Van Duzer

    This book explores the nature and meaning of doing business and finds it calls for much more than most think. Seattle Pacific School of Business Dean Jeff Van Duzer presents a robust Christian approach that integrates biblical studies with the disciplines of business and displays a vision of business that contributes to the very purposes of God.

  • Economic Parables

    Economic Parables

    The Monetary Teachings of Jesus Christ

    by David Cowan

    Financial expert David Cowan reflects on the economic parables of Jesus to understand life in an increasingly globalized economy. Jesus' words shed light on a broad range of fiscal issues from paying bills to wise investment to just socio-economic conditions.

  • Loving Monday

    Loving Monday

    Succeeding in Business Without Selling Your Soul

    by John D. Beckett

    Drawing on his own experiences of running a business, managing employees, and dealing with crisis, John Beckett shows how your work can be filled with meaning and purpose. Bringing together all of life—work, belief, value, character, relationship, truth, worship, and joy—this is a book for everyone who wants to succeed in business without selling out.

  • Business for the Common Good

    Business for the Common Good

    A Christian Vision for the Marketplace

    Christian Worldview Integration Series

    by Kenman L. Wong and Scott B. Rae

    Is business just a way to make money? Or can the marketplace be a venue for service to others? Scott B. Rae and Kenman L. Wong seek to explore this and other critical business issues from a uniquely Christian perspective, offering up a vision for work and service that is theologically grounded and practically oriented.

  • Economics in Christian Perspective

    Economics in Christian Perspective

    Theory, Policy and Life Choices

    by Victor V. Claar and Robin J. Klay

    Victor Claar and Robin Klay introduce students to the basic principles of economics and then evaluate the principles and issues as seen from a Christian perspective. This textbook places the economic life in the context of Christian discipleship and stewardship. This text is for use in any course needing a survey of the principles of economics.

  • Neither Poverty nor Riches

    Neither Poverty nor Riches

    A Biblical Theology of Possessions

    New Studies in Biblical Theology

    by Craig L. Blomberg
    Series edited by D. A. Carson

    One of the most difficult questions facing Christians today is that of the proper attitude toward possessions. What action should we take on behalf of the poor? What should we do with our own possessions? In this NSBT volume, Craig Blomberg asks what the Bible has to say about these issues. Avoiding easy answers, he draws on the Old and New Testaments to seek a comprehensive biblical theology of possessions.

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