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Business as a Moral Enterprise: An Interview with Andreas Widmer

In this interview, Andreas Widmer draws upon his vast experience as a business leader and thinker about the morality of what business is and how it provides goods for other people.

There is tremendous work to be done at the intersection of theology, ethics, and the moral enterprise of business. Christian philosophical and theological witness can be fruitful here, whether in discerning how one’s anthropology does work in the reality of business or by countless other ways that business can be seen as an enterprise solution to poverty, for example.

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