So far in what youve read and in what youve experienced in life does it seem

So far in what youve read and in what youve

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So far in what you’ve read and in what you’ve experienced in life, does it seem odd or offensive to see Jesus Christ as the foundation for life and meaning? I would have to say no, I do not find it odd or offensive to see Jesus Christ as the foundation for life and meaning. In John 3:16 (ESV) it states that “…God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life” this belief is what gives us our foundation of meaning, to strive to be more like Jesus in the hopes of eternal life. STEP 3 Have your answers to either of the last two questions changed after reading article 3? No, reading article three has not changed any of my answers, if anything it affirms my belief in Jesus as the savior who gives a solid foundation for finding meaning in life. Now that you’ve read all of the articles, how has your view of meaning, ethics and your own worldview changed? What questions or comments do you have about what you’ve read? After reading all of the articles I can say that the meaning, ethics and worldview has not really changed. I do feel that the articles provided a great insight as to why I have the worldview that I have and that there is always room for improvement. References Article 1: What Is a Worldview and Why Is It Important to Me? “Worldview, Philosophy Faith and Ethics” Reading . Retrieved from
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PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS 6 ? course_id=_318593_1&content_id=_13923130_1&mode=view. Fort, T. L. (1996). Religious belief, corporate leadership, and business ethics. American BusinessLaw Journal, 33(3), 451. Retrieved from ?url=
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Additionally, ethical business practices ensure businesses to earn profits through the consideration of social and environmental responsibilities and foster an ethical corporate culture that provides long term financial success. In Proverbs 13:4 (NKJV) states, “the soul of a lazy man desires and has nothing; but the soul of the diligent shall be made rich”. This scripture outlines how those who seek profit at any cost with disregard to ethical business practices and short cuts will do poorly while those who act ethically will be rewarded with financial success. A business’s success can be linked to its corporate culture which is shaped by the leadership’s commitment to the enforcement of integrity in their organization. Lawrence and Weber (2014) also emphasize the link as an organization’s integrity capital which is the development of integrity in the corporate culture (p. 72). This brings one back to the “soul of the
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