Although Scripture might be thought to have little to say on the matter, this study highlights how themes of justice, accountability and proportionality actually have a direct bearing on the issue of pay differentials. It proposes some clear criteria by which differentials might be evaluated.
A proper theology of humanity suggests that we should not treat ideas as property to be owned and sold. Such a theology leads to a radical reappraisal of current practice, to the benefit of all concerned, with significant ethical implications.
In an age of change and uncertainty the church needs to rediscover its original dynamic by releasing the entrepreneurial talent in its midst. This is the greatest task facing the church today. This book shows you why and how.
This well-researched study explores why trust is important, the consequences of lack of trust, and how trust can be rebuilt. At its heart it assumes that trust is not just something which adds to life, but is at the centre of our identity as relational creatures.
This study explores secular views of globalization before looking at the range of Christian commentators. It then sets the issues against the biblical story of creation and redemption in order to offer a Christian perspective.
Is it possible to account for the way companies use the non-financial capital entrusted to them - employees' trust, the environment, the livelihood of those with whom they trade? This booklet introduces different approaches to this question.
Pursuing fair trade is a vital witness to Christian truth and is one way of following Jesus' pattern of mission. This exploration looks particularly at Traidcraft as an example of fair trade, and relates it to Jesus' preaching of 'good news for the poor.'