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Biblical Economics is a must-read-and-heed treatise on managing God's money. It is especially timely in this day of easy borrowing, rampant materialism, and affluence that all too easily seduce us into taking possession of God's property. The wisdom of following God's principles for handling HIS money begins at "Square One," the biblical proposition that God is in control and has our best interests at heart. On this foundation, the case is built for following financial principles that will avert a lifetime of onerous debt, provide for our needs, and above all, store treasures in heaven. Among the author's one-liners, "You cannot borrow your way out of debt.....wealth must be acquired before it is consumed.....a credit card is a device which creates the ability to buy without creating the ability to pay.....allocate your resources instead of trying to pay for your desires."
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E, Jay O'Keefe has degrees from Amarillo College, Texas Tech University, and a master's degree from the University of Michigan. he is a past president of the Western National Life Insurance Company, now owned by AIG. After leaving the corporate world in 1986, he has spent most of his time providing financial advice and counsel for family and friends. In the 1980s Mr. O'Keefe taught a seminar on the biblical principles of managing money - this seminar is now contained in "Biblical Economics".
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Book Description Westcliff Press, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Gabriel Trevizo (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0977405109
Book Description Westcliff Press, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110977405109