Climate and Christians: A Case Study in Engaging Social Values

Mark William Cawman


Globalization and International Business have contributed to significant issues in climate change and environmental concerns.  This case study outlines a number of these implications and then grapples with the religious and political positions of denial and non-engagement.  The literature and proposal suggest that this is partially a problem with faith-learning integration, with gaps in understanding the biblical and Christian narrative, worldview, and science.  Additionally, this topic exemplifies how principle and conviction over love and mercy can damage the Christian cause, and suggests faith-learning integration opportunities in equipping better leaders and difference makers.

Keywords: faith-integration, climate change, environment, Christianity, international business, globalization

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