Less than a decade ago, however, America was experiencing a
transitional economy in which layoffs were understood to be an
integral part corporate life. Good jobs were difficult to find. Severe
economic shifts caused a fair amount of concern and discontent
among American workers. The security of a lifetime job in the
private sector had ended. The future looked uncertain. But
even with enjoyment of prosperity in the present, such uncertainty
can and will return. And, of course, all of the security in this world
is merely tentative. This awareness should cause us to reflect on
the things that last. Do not biblical principles warn us against
forgetting moral obligations in the bountiful times? Do we take heed
of these warnings?
—Leadership University Editor/Webmaster, Byron Barlowe
Money: A Biblical Point of View
Christian Leadership Institute
What does the Bible say about money? Is it all bad?
John P. Sisk
Considerations of waste and abundance in modern society.
Wealth and Poverty
What do biblical views of wealth and poverty have to tell us
about living today?
With Liberty and Justice for Whom?
The Recent Evangelical Debate Over Capitalism
Amy L. Sherman (book review)
A book reveals the different ways in which Evangelicals think of
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