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Faithful Finances 101

Faithful Finances 101 by Gary Moore - Paperback - Signed / inscribed - 2005-05-01 - from books4u31 (SKU: 110312066C)
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Faithful Finances 101

by Gary Moore

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ISBN 10
1932031758
ISBN 13
9781932031751
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Templeton Press, 2005-05-01. Signed / inscribed. Paperback. Like New. 2005 paperback is inscribed by author no marks no marks and in great conditionAND AS ALWAYS SHIPPED IN 24 HOURS; and emailed to you a USPS tracking number on all orders; all books are sanitized and cleaned for your protection before mailing

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A resource for integrating faith and finances, Faithful Finances 101 is a first-person narrative by an outspoken advocate of faith-based investing. Financial counselor Gary Moore strips the veneer from evangelical views of the illusions that dominated much of the economic scenes of the last two decades and offers, with “hopeful realism,” a guide to true riches based on a biblical worldview.Moore moves from frank observations on religious pride to a discussion of making money but losing faith. He sees faith as integral to each and every aspect of investing. Using the financial teachings of the Judeo-Christian Scriptures, he shows people how to take sound but fragmented ideas about modern political, economic, and theological reality and mold them into a coherent whole. He cites people he respects, including Henri Nouwen, Chuck Colson, Sir John Templeton, and Robert Schuller.Differentiating between having a Christian financial planner and having a Christian financial plan, Moore explains that spiritual investing connects the soul of theology, the mind of economics, and the heart of politics, freeing the spirit for “balanced riches” that benefit not only individuals but the world.He explores the Scriptures, pointing out guidance offered by the patriarchs and prophets, as well as the financial challenges of the gospels. With this Biblical foundation, he then presents a vision for true wealth n the Third Millennium.HighlightsExposes the negative stronghold the media and the religious right have on so many investors Offers a guide to creating a more abundant life through simple, ethical, and prudent financial decisions May serve as a keystone for the church, ministry, college, or business wishing to form a spiritual investment club or spiritual business club

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Title
Faithful Finances 101
Author
Gary Moore
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book condition
New Like New
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Edition
Signed / inscribed
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
1932031758
ISBN 13
9781932031751
Publisher
Templeton Press
Date Published
2005-05-01
X weight
12 oz

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