Despite agreeing that a person's faith should impact the way they work and that such impact is almost always strongly positive, I cannot recommend this book. The writing itself was questionable, tending towards ungainly sentences chopped up by a distractingly abused commas. The anecdotes used to juxtapose faith-based companies and their profit-motivated counterparts were, in most cases, too short and isolated to be of real impact and occasionally even laughable or counterproductive.
I feel that the author's attempt to equally include and respect all religions and the vague “spirituality” of those who do not subscribe to a definable religion crippled this book's potential. The jumble of business theory, apologetics, politically correct inclusiveness and nods to New Age warm fuzzies left the primary message lost and weak.
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