Category: Ethics

Are You Content?

This morning I was rereading an old favorite.  A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 by W. Phillip Keller changed the way I think about the most well-known psalm.  Keller was a shepherd…

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Gentleness in the Marketplace

If zeal had been appropriate for putting humanity right, why did God the Word clothe himself in the body, using gentleness and humility in order to bring the world back to his…

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What Does Use of Social Media Reveal? About Recruits? About You?

No matter my opinion of social media, one thing I know for sure is that it is here to stay. I find that discussing the use of social media in the hiring…

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Laying Aside Every Weight

Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us…

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Should Christians be “All In” for the Minimum Wage Increases?

Recently, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) produced a report on the “Characteristics of Minimum Wage Workers” for 2014. Of all 77.2 million hourly workers, less than one in twenty-five earns the…

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Ethics Fosters Innovation

In today’s business world, where global competition and global markets have created new problems for businesses to solve, innovation has become increasingly important.  And while most companies share in common the struggle…

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Success through Character

“What catapults a company from merely good to truly great?  A five-year research project searched for the answer to that question, and its discoveries ought to change the way we think about…

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Are “Sweatshops” Moral in Business?

Recently, our small church group was discussing the issue of global poverty and the existence of sweatshops in third world countries.  During the discussion the leader stated that the corporate use of…

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Prudence

I love old books.  When I read an old book, I am guaranteed of at least two things.  First, the old book must possess some enduring value or it would not continue…

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