Baptists: Ethics and Business

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: Baptists (Protestants) and Business. Baptist Business People. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Baptist Church
  2. The Doctrine of the Baptists
  3. The Baptist Ethics and Business
  4. The Baptists in the World
  5. The Afro-American Baptist Leader of Non-Violence Martin Luther King
  6. The Baptist Business People S. Truett Cathy
The sub-subject “The Baptists (Protestants): Ethics and Business” is studied...
  1. Doctorates: Religion and Business, America, Europe, Africa
  2. Professional Master's Program in International Business (MIB)

Learning materials in English (or Spanish Bautistas French Protestants).

Sample of the Sub-subject: The Baptists (Ethics and Business)
Baptists Business and Ethics

Description of the Sub-Subject: The Baptists.

The Baptist Church was created in 1609 by John Smyth (the Netherlands); is a branch of the Evangelical Protestantism (Christianity), although some Baptists claim not to be Protestant

  1. Its headquarters are in the United States
  2. The Baptist's main doctrine that distinguishes it from other branches is that they believe that baptism can only be received by adults (according to the New Testament), and not by children; baptism is by water immersion
  3. Other principles of the Baptist Churches are the freedom of the soul; the salvation is only possible by faith (right actions derived from this), and the autonomy of the local congregation
  4. The Baptists recognise two ministerial offices: pastors and deacons
  5. The Baptists have always sought an absolute freedom of religion as well as they have been one of the groups that have most enhanced the separation between Church and State
  6. There are around 100 millions of Baptists around the world, with 33 million in the United States, 2.4 in India, 2.5 in Nigeria, and 1.9 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 1.7 million in Brazil, and 1 million in Myanmar

Baptist Business People:

  1.  S. Truett Cathy, multi-millionaire founder of Chick-fil-A
  2.  Lindner, Carl, former owner of the Cincinnati Reds
  3.  Rockefeller, John D, petrol tycoon.
  4. Harold Clark Simmons (1931) Businessman and multi-millionaire. Harold Simmons gives 50 million dollars to charity.

Baptists Politics:

Presidents of the United States: Jimmy Carter (Nobel Prize), Bill Clinton, Warren Harding, Andrew Johnson, Abraham Lincoln, and Harry Truman
Yukio Hatoyama (60º Prime Minister of Japan)

Artists: Warren Beatty, Kevin Costner, Miley Cyrus, Aretha Franklin, Ava Gardner, Whitney Houston, Eddie Murphy, Brad Pitt, and Tina Turner (later converted to Buddhism).

S. Truett Cathy (Baptist Businessman and Philanthropist):
S. Truett Cathy Baptist Businessman

Martin Luther King Non-Violence

Ahimsa Business Non-Violence

Religion and Global Business



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