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Product details

  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio; Rev Upd Ab edition (9 July 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1598594729
  • ISBN-13: 978-1598594720
  • Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 1.8 x 13.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,585,530 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Back Cover

Who wants to settle for fleeting treasures on earth...
When God offers everlasting treasures in heaven?

It's time to rethink our perspectives on money and possessions. In this thoroughly researched and extensively updated classic, Randy Alcorn shows us how to view them accurately--as God's provision for our good, the good of others, and his glory.

Alcorn presents a biblical and comprehensive view of money and possessions, including:

Why is money so important to God? Is prosperity theology right or wrong? How can we be liberated from materialism?
What should we do about debt?
How much does God want us to give?
How can we best help the poor and reach the lost?
What about gambling? investing? insurance?
saving? retirement? inheritance?
How can we leave our children a true heritage?
How can we use money in ways that God rewards?

This practical and refreshing theology of money contains topical and Scripture indexes, a study guide, and five helpful appendices. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.


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Randy Alcorn has done the best job of anyone in truly uncovering what the New Testament teaches about the place of money and possessions in the life of a Christian. He does a great job interpreting Jesus' many teachings on wealth and prosperity. The fallacy of the materialistic "God wants you rich" theology is made obvious. God gives wealth and wealth is good but it is not to be hoarded and stored up on this earth. It is to be shared with the poor, the needy, and the martyrs in Christ. Christians will be judged based on what they do with the wealth God gives them.
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I found this book challenging and informative. It is, of course, very American, but accepting that it has a number of extremely important principles to follow and traps to beware of. It encourages readers to give liberally and to adopt a sensible lifestyle. It's treatment of the subject is very comprehensive, far more than any other book on this subject of money. It reminds us that money figures largely in the Bible but is sadly so often neglected in sermons.
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This is an extremely thorough book on looking at money from a biblical perspective, and will shed light on areas of your life which you never thought the bible had anything to say about.
It even covers topics such as saving, investing, pensions, renting versus buying a home, and has a very good section on teaching children to use money wisely.
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.... shapes how we see eternity. Randy Alcorn's book gives a very insightfull and biblical overview of this whole subject. If you are a Christian I would recommend you read this book 100% - if you're not yet a Christian I would recommend you read this book 110%!
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This is a great book containing some fresh insights alongside a lot of stuff you've heard before. Randy's style is gracious and friendly even when bringing the reader a direct challenge. The stuff on being a pilgrim really stood out to me along with the example of John Wesley's approach to money and possessions. In places it reads like a textbook and overall it's too long but even so, in these days of rampant consumer Christianity, the perspective it gives is very, very needed.
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