Thinking Theologically about Entrepreneurship: Why Does it Matter?
'Entrepreneurship' or the 'entrepreneurial' can be understood from a variety of standpoints (e.g., first vs. third-person perspectives) and in light of diverse bodies of knowledge (e.g., business leadership, economics, psychology, etc). If understood theologically, what does that mean and why is that valuable? What does it even mean to 'think theologically' about entrepreneurship? Is there some particular advantage to seeing entrepreneurial phenomena with a theological framework? These questions will be considered and discussed in this session, along with their practical importance.