|外文书名||The Religious Tradesman|
|Number of Pages||253页；150千字|
Written in the 17th century but just as applicable today, The Religious Tradesman seeks to provide a reliable and moral foundation for anyone involved in business. The author addresses the need for God's Word in the hearts of all, and he presents work as a calling of God.
Sir Richard Steele (1672–1729) was a British essayist, dramatist, and politician best known for his collaboration with Joseph Addison on a series of essays for the Tatler and Spectator and also for the first English theatrical periodical, the Theatre, which appeared twice a week from 1719 to 1720. In 1722 he wrote his last and most successful comedy, The Conscious Lovers.