Paul James (Jim) Grote’s career has included work as a development officer for three Catholic institutions (including the Archdiocese of Louisville), a financial journalist for numerous national trade publications, and an adjunct professor of philosophy for several universities in the Louisville, Kentucky area as well as for the Abbey of Gethsemani. He spent two years in the Catholic Worker movement and four years at the Families of St. Benedict, a lay monastic community near Gethsemani.
He has published over 150 articles in the areas of business, philosophy, religion, and spirituality. His prior two books include Theology and Technology: Essays in Christian Analysis and Exegesis (with Carl Mitcham) and Clever as Serpents: Business Ethics and Office Politics (with John McGeeney). The business ethics text has recently been translated into German, Indonesian, and Portuguese. He is currently working on a Ph.D. in Humanities at the University of Louisville.
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