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Situation: It may appear to be a complicated issue if Jesus is not our priority, but the truth is that "love one another as I have loved you," "you will be known by your love," and "you can do nothing without me" are now facing severe challenges from a capitalistic lifestyle that promotes "serve one another to get paying customers & a better life," and "you dont need Jesus to do good, it is a 'common sense' and 'human right'," leaving most needs in society addressed by systematic free market & government interventions. The end result? General public work to do undefined 'good' in the name of twisted "common sense", ignoring what dignity is and where it comes from.
The problem? While most so-called common senses were fought and created by/with Christians, Christianity is now useless in the eyes of others, goodness is attributed to humanity or public enterprises. Plenty of Christians who seek to help the poor has lost access to the poor in countries where public government tries to eradicate homelessness. While not loving those who reject Christians are just not Christian, but we can only call this decline in Jesus' exposure not a bad thing simply tells our heart is not with Him. We believe human destiny comes after the resurrection and gifted by Christ, not by doing good in the name of humanity. Let's not fall into any confusion that promotes baptism as unnecessary after Vatican 2 or that work, faith should be separate, or evangelization = proselytization.
There are ways to bring Christ in the market-based society, like encouraging Christians to normalize talk of Christ in the public enterprise, serve a better service such as in psychology & spirituality, serve the underserved, but in a world where many isolated young people interact only with their co-workers, service providers and a close circle, business can be a way of sharing Christ by running a small or medium faith-based enterprise (SME) with excellence, love, metric-based replacement, ethics, and a clear statement of faith. This way, employees and customers can know that the products or services are acts of love dedicated to Jesus while ensuring internal religious freedom through ERG & HR policy. This is a common practice in countries with a majority Catholic population and partly adopted by Christians in public Fortune 500s.