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Biblical Economics: A Commonsense Guide to Our Daily Bread - (Hardcover)

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By R. C. Sproul Jr.


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Americans are obsessed with money, yet understand little of the workings of economics. Worse yet is the fact that what we think we know is just plain wrong. Politicians and special interest groups benefit from this ignorance while the American people slip deeper into debt and financial slavery. "Biblical Economics" tells you exactly what, how and why you need to know about this topic, no more and no less. With a passing interest in the subject, you may know a few more things about economics than R.C. chooses to discuss in the book. But most of those things are not things that most of us need to know in order to live a biblically sound life. Only a few are vital, and R.C. has done us the immense favor of isolating them and explaining them in clear and simple terms. You'll find that "Biblical Economics" is an invaluable aid for developing your own understanding of economic principles. Read it, then give it to your child to read and then talk with him about it.

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"Biblical Economics is actually the third incarnation of this book. It first appeared in 1985 under the title Money Matters, its author a prodigious twenty years old. Nine years later, as the economy became a topic of obsessive concern among Americans, the book was reprinted as Dollar Signs of the Times. In 2002 it was published by the Highlands Study center as Biblical Economics and in 2008 released again by Tolle Lege Press." - Tolle Lege Press

"During any discussion of economics and politics from a biblical perspective, one will inevitably hear the oft-repeated statement, The Bible is not an economics textbook. No serious economist or theologian would deny this, but its implications are dangerous. The philosophical, moral, and ethical side of economics can easily be overlooked... Economics in theory and in practice touches heavily on, and at times rudely collides with, biblical ethics. Where ethics touches economics, the Bible is relevant."- R.C. Sproul, Sr.

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 218 pages
  • Publisher: Tolle Lege Press; Third edition (December 31, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607021501
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607021506
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5 x 0.8 inches

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