Published November 1, 2006
by The MIT Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||365|
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As we act as salt and light in the marketplace, we will have a transformational influence on those around us. The producers of the Greater Seas blog suggest there are four ways Christians typically engage the marketplace: 1. Survivors: – Believe the marketplace is evil. – Their goal is to survive the marketplace unharmed. Economic theory shows us how Christianity evolved to satisfy the changing demands of consumers—worshippers. The authors of The Marketplace of Christianity avoid value judgments about religion. They take preferences for religion as given and analyze its . Christians in the Marketplace, with God’s guidance and to His purpose, is a ministry to create and support believers in the marketplace who is willing to bring back God’s presences, power, and purpose to the marketplace through the support and success of Christian . In , Bob Buford published a book titled, Halftime, which marked a new emphasis of the Marketplace Christianity Movement. As people were retiring from corporate America, Buford noticed that many of them felt unfulfilled with the decades of work they had performed in the marketplace.