The Christian Business Review Journal

Issue 12: Entrepreneurship and the Christian Marketplace (Fall 2023)

Please click individual articles below.






Living Cases: A Pursuit Worth Your Life

By Brent Phillips

Faith Driven Entrepreneur: Our Call to Create (Book Excerpt)

By Henry Kaestner


Christ-Centered Companies: Assessing Biblical Corporate Maturity

By Darren Shearer


Economic Perspectives on Entrepreneurship: Biblical Interpretations and Applications

By Ellen Clardy and Ernest P. Liang


The Trinity and the Cycle of Innovation

By Cora Barnhart

Entrepreneurship, Disruption, and the Peace of God

By Rick Martinez and Ross O’Brien




Robert B. Sloan
Mike E. Rome


Ernest P. Liang, Houston Christian University


Richard Martinez, Dallas Baptist University
Darrell Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary

REVIEW BOARD (2021-2023)

David Arnott, Dallas Baptist University
John Cragin, Oklahoma Baptist University
Denise Daniels, Wheaton College
David Gill (retired), Gordon-Conwell Theo. Seminary
Kenny Holt ,Louisiana Christian University
Greg Jordan, Union University
John Lunn, Hope College
Steven McMullen, Hope College
Will Oliver, Sattler College
Bob Roller, LeTourneau University
Kent Saunders, Anderson University
Eric Schansberg, Indiana University Southeast
Yvonne Smith, University of LaVerne
Michael Weeks, The Citadel

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Christian business review (Print) ISSN 2334-2862
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