Ethics in Business: Faith at Work

By James M. Childs Jr. | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
Prefacevii
1.Bridging the Shareability Gap1
Business Ethics: A Growing Concern2
The Limits of Reason4
The Faith Connection5
The Shareability Gap6
Bridging the Shareability Gap11
2.From Being a Nobody to Being a Somebody14
The Threat of Being a Nobody15
To Be Somebody: The Universal Priesthood18
Vocation and Occupation: From Self to Service21
From Self to Service: Ambition Transvalued24
Ethics as Witness26
3.The Not-So-Secular World28
Our Modern Heritage of Ethical Uncertainty30
Ethics in a Pluralistic World34
Pluralism and the Christian Witness37
Rationalism, Reason, and Religion: Transitional Comments39
4.From Dualism to Dialogue42
Can We Talk? A Model for Dialogue43
Economic Life and the Reign of God47
Dialogue: Communication and Strategy52
5.Beyond the Moral Minimum56
Formed by Love: The Extra Mile57
Informed by Love: Beyond the Moral Minimum58
Love, Beneficence, and Business60
The Case of Pacific Bell: aids and the Extra Mile64
A Covenantal Model for Business Ethics66

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1: Bridging the Shareability Gap 1
  • 2: From Being a Nobody to Being a Somebody 14
  • 3: The Not-So-Secular World 28
  • 4: From Dualism to Dialogue 42
  • 5: Beyond the Moral Minimum 56
  • 6: Beyond Leadership to Servant Leadership 71
  • 7: Beyond Affirmative Action 86
  • 8: Beyond Mere Survival 102
  • 9: Beyond Certainty 121
  • 10: Beyond the Company Walls 136
  • Notes 149
  • Index 163
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