Business for the Common Good 9

imgresA business leader who runs his company according to the Christian vision “should create an environment where the work is seen as important, enriching and purposeful” according to Kenman Wong and Scott Rae in Business for the Common Good.

“Work that is boring, mindlessly repetitive or fundamentally stultifying can have a deadening effect on a person’s spirit, which is not consistent with seeing people as made in God’s image.”  

Put differently, Kenman Wong and Scott Rae believe, as does Miroslav Volf, that Christians should seek to transform dehumanizing work.

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