Reflections for Christians for dealing with money in a consumer-driven world
In this much-needed book Douglas Hicks looks at how Christian faith applies to the practices of economic life-spending, saving, giving especially as an alternative to a life of unbridled consumerism. This book offers reflections for people of faith and anyone who wants to connect their Monday through Saturday lives with their faith and live a more integrated way. It takes a look at how to realistically apply Christian principles in these especially perilous economic times.
- Explores how Christians can rethink their practices of faith as consumers, investors, and earners
- Offers reflections on an important Christian concept in a practical, lively, and engaging style
- Contains ideas for meeting the everyday pressures, questions, and anxieties of economic life as they connect with Christian faith
- A new volume in the Practices of Faith Series
The book is filled with the author's level-headed, thoughtful reflections on Christian practices of getting and spending.
Keywords: Christianity and money, how Christians deal with money, Christ’, s teachings and money, Christ’, s teachings and issues of money, Christians and economic behavior, consumerism and Christianity, economics and Christianity, faith and money, faith and consumerism, spending, giving, saving, global economy