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Insights for the 21st Century: Engagement, Action, and Global Impact for the Christian Community


Title: Insights for the 21st Century
Subtitle: Engagement, Action, and Global Impact for the Christian Community
Subject Classification: Religion and Faith, Business and Management, Politics and Government
BIC Classification: HR, HRC, HRAF
BISAC Classification: REL108030, REL025000, BUS025000
Binding: Hardback, Paperback, ebook, pp.170
Publication date: 11th June 2023
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-201-5
ISBN (Paperback): 978-1-80441-450-7
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-202-2

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This book blends religion, ethics and entrepreneurship to discuss how ethics and religion can be combined to work collectively to solve local and international issues. It explores a three-party ‘Abrahamic alliance’ of Christians, Muslims, and Jews, where cross-faith collaboration and collective intelligence can come into play to solve societal issues and challenges. The authors provide insights and options for consideration by academics, lay leaders, and clergy, as they confront the many challenges of the 21st Century.

The central part of the book features a unique and extensive case study, that focuses on an economic development initiative that focused on providing higher education to enable and develop the population in Qatar.

The concluding Epilogue takes a deeper dive into emerging ethical issues deriving from current world events. It also explores considerations and potential direction for some bold next steps consider formation of an interfaith alliance of leaders from the three Abrahamic religions; Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. 

It will be of interest to scholars in religious studies, particularly from the Abrahamic faiths; religious and political leaders; seminaries for instructing aspiring clergy; members of NGOs; and business scholars and practitioners, particularly those researching or  working in faith-based organizations.


Author: Arthur A. Boni, PhD,  is John R. Thorne Distinguished Career Professor of Entrepreneurship, Emeritus, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania, USA 


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