How The Church Fails Business People Paperback
And What Can Be Done About It
by John C. Knapp;
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How The Church Fails Business People
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John C. Knapp argues that the church's ambiguous teachings about vocation, money, and business have long contributed to Christians' uncertainty about discipleship in the workplace. How the Church Fails Businesspeople (and What Can Be Done About It) addresses the subtle and unintentional tendency to dismiss and devalue secular work. Drawing on his own research and expertise John C. Knapp offers a new theological framework for Christian life in the world of business.
In How the Church Fails Businesspeople, John C Knapp draws heavily on the example of nineteenth-century minister, Charles Sheldon, best known for his classic 'In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do?' Sheldon gleaned an immense amount of valuable material which helped him break down the distrust that exists between the workingman and the church.
How The Church Fails Business People by John C. Knapp was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in March 2012 and is our 41508th best seller. The ISBN for How The Church Fails Business People is 9780802863690.
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Details for How The Church Fails Business People
|Author / Artist||John C. Knapp|
|Publisher||Eerdmans Publishing Company (March 2012)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||27th September 2017|