Sub-subject: Presbyterians (Protestants Calvinist): ethics and business. Syllabus:
- Introduction to Presbyterianism (Christianity - Protestant - Calvinist)
- Presbyterian doctrine
- Presbyterians in the World
- The Presbyterian Church in the United States
- Presbyterians businesspeople. Philip Anschutz.
Sample of the Sub-subject: Presbyterians: Ethics and Business:
Sub-Subject Description: Presbyterians.
Presbyterians are Protestants Calvinists.
There are about 55 millions of Presbyterians. The Presbyterians are distinguished from
other denominations by doctrine, institutional organisation (“Order of the church”) and worship.
- Origins of the Presbyterian churches are in Calvinism.
- Presbyterians accept only two Sacraments: Baptism and Communion (“Lord's Supper”).
- Presbyterian doctrine, with a strong Calvinist influence, is based on the
infallibility of Scripture, the divinity of Christ, the Atonement, the regeneration, the repentance, the justification by
faith, the sanctification, the adoption, the resurrection of Jesus Christ, its Ministry of intercession, and his second coming.
- The Presbyterian Church of the United States was created in 1983, having more than 2 millions of Presbyterians.
- Andrew Carnegie: Businessperson and Philanthropist. One of the World's richest men
- Ross Perot: Political, Businessperson, and Multimillionaire
- Sam Walton: founder of Wall - Mart
- Philip Anschutz: Businessperson
multimillionaire, founder of Qwest
Film stars John Wayne, Christopher Reeve, Dick Van Dyke, Richard Burton, James Stewart, Shirley Temple, and the Director Brian De Palma are Presbyterians. The philosopher David Hume was also, and writers Mark
Twain, William Faulkner, and Daniel Defoe, were Presbyterians too.
The following presidents of the United States were also Presbyterians: Andrew
Jackson, James Knox Polk, James Buchanan, Rutherford B. Hayes, Grover Cleveland, Benjamin Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan. As the former President of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta, or the former Prime Minister of South Africa, Hendrik Verwoerd.
Religion and Global Business