Anglicans (Christianity): Ethics and Business
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: Anglicans. Justin Welby. Syllabus:
- Introduction to Anglicanism
- Anglican Church
- Justin Welby (Archbishop of Canterbury)
- Anglican ethics and business
- Anglicans in the World
- William Wilberforce (abolitionist)
- Desmond Tutu, leader of non-violence
Sample of the Sub-subject: Anglican Church
Sub-Subject Description - Anglican Church:
- Anglicanism represents the third largest
Christian Church in the world, after the Roman
Catholic Church and the Eastern
The Anglican Church declares itself "one, holy, catholic and apostolic."
- Justin Welby is the actual Archbishop of Canterbury of the Anglican Church.
- The number of Anglicans in the World is about 85 millions of people.
- Africa has experienced substantial growth over the past two decades;
approximately 37 millions of Africans are Anglicans, and
twenty-six million in England.
- The Anglican Church is often considered as the middle way
of Christianity where the Sacred Scripture, the Apostolic
Tradition, and the Reason are the pillars of the Anglican
- Anglicans accept both the Apostolic and the Nicene
- The Sacraments performed are the Baptism and the Eucharist.
- In 1534 Pope Clement VII refused to annul the marriage between English King
Henry VIII with Catherine of Aragon (daughter of the Kings Catholics of Spain -
Ferdinand and Isabella-). The English King decided to wean the Church of England from the Roman Catholic Church, and proclaimed himself "Supreme Head
of the Church of England."
Business and religion.
Nobel Peace Prize, Desmond Tutu (South Africa).
John David Sainsbury, Baron Sainsbury of Turville (1940), is a British Businessperson and politic.
Between 1992 - 1997; he was the President of Sainsbury (Supermarket chain created by his grand father John James Sainsbury in 1869). In 2009; he donated 660 millions of pounds to Charity.