Christian on Sunday and Atheist on Monday: Bridging the Faith and Work Gap in Croatian Culture
Croatia is predominantly “Christian” (over 90 percent), yet is among the most corrupt countries in the EU. The complexity of Croatian culture and history have added to the problems of corruption, leadership and a negative attitude towards work. Through pilot projects, we saw that an integrated view of faith and work through a clearly communicated biblical framework can contribute to the solution. Surveys confirmed that context, culture and biblical illiteracy are key factors that must be taken into account. This thesis-project proposes more intentional, contextualized, faith based projects to bridge the value gap and contribute to a more ethical culture in Croatia.
integrating faith and work; theology of work; business ethics; Reformation; corruption; leadership; Communism; contextualization; worldview; Croatian culture; ethical culture; values; local church and work
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