Keller (2014) states, “We must love our neighbor, but Christianity gives us very specific
teachings about human nature and what makes human beings flourish. We must make sure that
our work is done in line with these understandings. Faithful work, then, is to operate out of a
Christian Worldview” (p. 21).
The different Christian traditions “give somewhat different answers of how we should go about
the task of recapturing vocation. The streams are often confusing to Christians, for they are not
perfectly complementary to one another” (Keller, 2014, p. 21).
In these assignments, you will reflect on some of these sentiments that Keller introduces in Every
Good Endeavor and explore the ethical and legal foundations of his statements as they relate to
Your assignment should include two paragraphs: one consisting of a reflection, and one on the
legal implications for business. Each of the paragraphs should reference a peer-reviewed source.
You should also include a reference section with the two sources and follow APA formatting for
In your reflection, you will be asked to read a peer-reviewed article relate to the topic. Then you
will reflect on the prompt from Keller’s book in light of this article by answering the questions
associated with the particular prompt for the assignment. In your second paragraph, you will
discuss the ethical and legal implications of Keller’s statement from a business perspective.
For the Every Good Endeavor Reflection:
Shareholder Theory & Biblical Perspectives of
Generosity Assignment, you will reflect on the following prompt:
“The way to serve God at work is to make as much money as you can, so that you can be
as generous as you can.”