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71. Letters of Francis William Newman, Chiefly on Religion: 2009
Francis W. Newman 1889 - Letters XXXIX-LVIII
72. Letters of Francis William Newman, Chiefly on Religion: 2009
Francis W. Newman 1886 - Letter XXII
73. Letters of Francis William Newman, Chiefly on Religion: 2009
Francis W. Newman 1876 - Letters III-IV
74. Letters of Francis William Newman, Chiefly on Religion: 2009
Francis W. Newman 1891 - Letters LXXXIX-CIX
75. Letters of Francis William Newman, Chiefly on Religion: 2009
Francis W. Newman 1873 - Letter II
76. Letters of Francis William Newman, Chiefly on Religion: 2009
Francis W. Newman 1893 - Letters CXXX-CXXXIX
77. Letters of Francis William Newman, Chiefly on Religion: 2009
Francis W. Newman 1890 - Letters LIX-LXXXVIII
78. Spiritual Goods: Faith Traditions and the Practice of Business: Spiritual Goods: Faith Traditions and the Practice of Business
George Brenkert Preface
79. Spiritual Goods: Faith Traditions and the Practice of Business: Spiritual Goods: Faith Traditions and the Practice of Business
Islam
80. Spiritual Goods: Faith Traditions and the Practice of Business: Spiritual Goods: Faith Traditions and the Practice of Business
Stanley S. Harakas An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Economic Life, Property, Work, and Business Ethics
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Eastern Orthodox Christianity carries forward a moral tradition from the earliest Christian period, in the belief that scriptural and patristic teaching remains applicable to the contemporary economic sphere of life. The Church Fathers focused on the ownership of property and the ethical acquisition of wealth and its use; they stressed special concern for the poor and disadvantaged. Carried forward through the Byzantine and modern eras, these early Christian understandings now can be applied through a basic and elementary natural law morality to business activities. The Orthodox approach embodies traditional virtue and character ethics as well. The essay concludes by applying these Orthodox approaches to two current issues: the charging of interest and internet ethics.