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Calvinism: Ethics and Business

Syllabus of the Sub-subject: Calvinism (Protestants) and Business.

  1. Introduction to Calvinism (Protestantism - Christianity)
  2. Figure of John Calvin
  3. Five key points of Calvinism. Calvinist doctrine of the clarity
  4. Presbyterian, Congregational, and Reformed
  5. Calvinist Ethics and Business
  6. Philip Anschutz (Presbyterian Entrepreneur)
  7. Calvinists in the World
The Sub-subject “Calvinism: Ethics and Business” is part of the following programs:
  1. Doctorates: Religion and Business, America, Europe, Africa
  2. Professional Master's Program in International Business

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Sample of the Sub-subject - Calvinism: Ethics and Business
Calvinists Business and Ethics

Description of the Sub-Subject: Calvinists: Ethics and Business.

Calvinism, “the tradition or reformed faith,” is a significant branch of Protestantism that follows the tradition and forms of the Christian practice of John Calvino and other theologians of the Reformation of the sixteenth century.

  1. The main characteristic of Calvinists is the absolute authority of God over all things and all the aspects of society
  2. Calvinists believe that the Bible (not including the Deuterocanonical books) is the infallible word of God
  3. The Calvinist doctrine of the clarity of Scripture teaches that everything necessary for salvation is explained in the Scriptures
  4. For the Calvinists, a person is saved by the mercy of God, regardless of the virtue of each one

Five Points of Calvinism

  1. Total Depravity
  2. Unconditional Election
  3. Limited Atonement
  4. Irresistible Grace
  5. Perseverance of the Saints

There are an estimated 85 millions of Calvinists in the World mainly in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the United States, South Korea, Latin America, and Africa.

  1. 50 millions of Presbyterians
  2. 30 millions of Congregational
  3. 5 millions of Reformed

Philip Anschutz Presbyterian Businessman

Religion and Global Business

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