The author focuses on work ethic and traces the understanding of it from the time of the Reformation. He takes into consideration the reasons why the rise of capitalism has been attributed to a change brought about by the new view among Protestants of work ethic.
Is Christianity against capitalism? After examining Acts 2:42-47 and Acts 4:32-5:11, this article shows that all giving in the early church was a voluntary and joyful response to the gospel and its powerful attestations through the apostles. Therefore, Christianity cannot be used as an objection to capitalism.
This article looks at the history of labour relations, showing how labour has been shaped by different systems in history, such as communism and capitalism. The author also looks at the question of authority, ownership, labour, and accountability in relations to unions. Examining the model of the covenant, this article shows how Christians can come up with an alternative.