Born Again

The term born again comes from the book attributed to St. John, a disciple and one of the “inner three” of the 12 disciples of Jesus. The other two inner disciples were Peter and James, John’s brother. Within the book of John, the term born again comes from the King James Version (1611) translation in chapter 3. Chapters and verses from the English Bible were first used in the Geneva Bible of 1560.

The Business of the Born-Again Christian

Those “born again” should live a chaste life in the business arena. Self-control should make the born-again believer not pursue money, as money is the “root of all evil,” according to St. Paul in his First Letter to Timothy (I Timothy 4:12), but should instead share his or ...

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