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The Ten Commandments for Making Money

At the beginning of the year many of us are thinking about resources to better ourselves. As our regular readers know, one of the resources I use for this blog is the book by Rabbi Daniel Lapin, Thou Shall Prosper: Ten … Continue reading

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All Vocations Are Holy

The New Testament is clear that work is a good and godly thing. The apostle Paul encourages work ethic and productivity. For even when we were with you, we gave you this rule: “The one who is unwilling to work … Continue reading

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Compare Capitalism to Driving a Car

Jesus was clear about the futility of hoarding great wealth and avoiding greed. When a certain man asked Jesus to tell his brothers to give him his share of the family inheritance, Jesus cautioned the man about his attitudes. …life … Continue reading

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Work Hard, Live Frugally, Save and Give

Even though the Bible does not teach socialism, the Bible does teach us to have social responsibilities. The same Lord who said, “to everyone who has, more shall be given” also said “to the extent you did it to one … Continue reading

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A Good Question

I received the following question from a friend and blog reader in the Caribbean… How best can we protect the well being of the disadvantaged under free market capitalism, without supporting some social policies? Harmony and prosperity sounds lovely but … Continue reading

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A Young Zambian Entrepreneur

When I first met Gilbert Mwale he was a student from Zambia studying in Mysore, India and attending Destiny Center Church there led by Phillip Omondi. But he had a vision for business and since I was teaching on Biblical … Continue reading

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Manure Nine Feet Deep

“In 50 years, every street in London will be buried under 9 feet of manure.” With this 1894 prediction, the London Times warned that the era’s primary source of transportation energy—the horse—would soon create an environmental crisis. In New York … Continue reading

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