Advising Christian Business Students in an Age of Corporate Social Activism
Attitudes conflicting with biblical teaching have become common in corporate boardrooms resulting in corporate social activism. This trend challenges Christian business professors who advise students seeking job opportunities. By applying Herrity’s proposed theory of faith integration, a framework for advising Christian business students in an age of corporate social activism will be proposed. Encouragement for business faculty to build on the proposed advising approach will also be provided.