The Christian Business Review Journal

Issue 10: The (New?) Kingdom Economy (Fall 2021)

Please click individual articles below.






Living Cases: The Ways of Boaz

By Jeff Applegate

Doing Business For God

By Guy L. Morrill


The View from the Valley: Major Worldviews of AI Philosophy

By Wallace Henley


Biblically Responsible Investing

By Kent T. Saunders


Universal Basic Income and Business: A Christian Perspective

By Todd P. Steen

The Purpose of Business in an Acquisitive Society

By Richard Harvey Jonsen




Robert B. Sloan
Greggory L. Keiffer


Ernest P. Liang, Houston Christian University


Richard Martinez, North Greenville University
Darrell Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary

REVIEW BOARD (2020-2021)

Andrew Babyak, Messiah College
Michael Cafferky (retired), Southern Adventist University
John Cragin, Oklahoma Baptist University
Timothy Ewest, Houston Baptist University
David Gill (retired), Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Doris Gomez, Regent University

Lenie Holbrook, Ohio University
Kenny Holt, Houston Baptist University
Greg Jordan, Union University
Blaine McCormick, Baylor University
Steven McMullen, Hope College
Billy Morehead, Mississippi College

Will Oliver, Sattler College
Walton Padelford (retired), Union University
Bob Roller, LeTourneau University
Eric Schansberg, Indiana University Southeast
Yvonne Smith, University of La Verne
Michael Weeks, The Citadel

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