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The gods of business : the intersection of faith and the marketplace

Author: Todd Albertson
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif., USA : Trinity Alumni Press, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Todd Albertson
ISBN: 9780615138008 0615138004
OCLC Number: 146002332
Description: viii, 179 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Foreword --
ch. 1. the dilemma --
Part II. Religions originating in China and Japan --
ch. 2. Confucianism --
ch. 3. Shintoism --
Part III. Religions originating in India --
ch. 4. Buddhism --
ch. 5. Hinduism --
ch. 6. Sikhism --
Part IV. Religions originating in the Middle East --
ch. 7. Christianity --
ch. 8. Islam --
ch. 9. Judaism --
Part V. Religions originating in secular postmodernism --
ch. 10. Secular postmodernism.
Responsibility: Todd Albertson.


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Chapter on Secular Post-Modernsim is the best

by alvarez91182 (WorldCat user published 2013-05-16) Very Good Permalink

I'm doing research on how religious beliefs correlate to business practices.  I read 3 other books this weekend and liked this one the best, particular chapter 10  that deals with secular post-modernism. The author does not portray it as a good thing.

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