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How Should I Think about Money? (Series: Crucial Questions, #23)

Series Crucial Questions
Author R.C. Sproul
Narrator Bob Souer
Runtime 1.25 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date October 17, 2016
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Summary


Jesus taught more often on money than He did on love or on heaven and hell combined. Why? It's because money is one of the chief competitors for our affections. "You cannot serve God and money," He warned. How, then, should Christians view and use money? How should they view and participate in economic systems?


In How Should I Think about Money?, Dr. R.C. Sproul offers much-needed biblical answers to these questions, and in so doing, provides clarity on an important issue in the lives of Christians.


Chapters



  • Taking Care of Our House

  • Reasons for Poverty

  • The Building of Wealth

  • The Theory of Value

  • What is Money?

  • Inflation

  • Interest

  • Participating in Ownership


Resources


Part of the Crucial Questions booklet series

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Summary


Jesus taught more often on money than He did on love or on heaven and hell combined. Why? It's because money is one of the chief competitors for our affections. "You cannot serve God and money," He warned. How, then, should Christians view and use money? How should they view and participate in economic systems?


In How Should I Think about Money?, Dr. R.C. Sproul offers much-needed biblical answers to these questions, and in so doing, provides clarity on an important issue in the lives of Christians.


Chapters



  • Taking Care of Our House

  • Reasons for Poverty

  • The Building of Wealth

  • The Theory of Value

  • What is Money?

  • Inflation

  • Interest

  • Participating in Ownership


Resources


Part of the Crucial Questions booklet series

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worth your time
Short book. Does not waste words. Practical and not overly spiritual, but aligned with the Bible. The reader has a 1960's radio announcer voice, but I got used to it after the first chapter.
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