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Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2000
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Life Principles Study Guide: Understanding Financial StewardshipCharles F. StanleyThomas Nelson / 2008 / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:
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Money, Possessions, and Eternity--Revised and UpdatedRandy AlcornTyndale House / 2003 / Trade Paperback$11.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 10 Reviews
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Daring to Live on the Edge: The Adventure of Faith and FinancesLoren CunninghamYWAM Publishing / 1996 / Trade Paperback$8.19 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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"A groundbreaking reformulation of stewardship by a person whose theological expertise matches his outstanding fundraising skills. Excellent."
"There is an urgent need these days for clear thinking about stewardship, and Scott Rodin has now provided it. In this book he shows that thinking theologically and philosophically about stewardship can be both spiritually profitable and intellectually stimulating. This is an important study that deserves the serious attention of anyone who cares deeply about faithful stewardship."
Located in: West Chester, PA
Submitted: June 27, 2000
Tell us a little about yourself. I am the husband of Linda Rodin (my greatest accomplishment!)and father of three children, Anthony, Ryan and Lindsay (a close second, although God had most of the say here). I serve as President of Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and teach in the Bible, Theology and Ethics area. We are originally from Seattle and lived for four years in Aberdeen, Scotland where I completed my M.Th. and Ph.D. along with more rounds of golf than I can count. Since accepting my new birth in Christ at the age of 15 I have been trying to live that 'abundant life' promised in John 10:10. What a challenge! How about you?
What was your motivation behind this project? I have become excited by the paradigm of the godly steward and the way it portrays the life God created us to live. The abundant life is a life of freedom that is only known when we have the proper attitude toward the things of this world that seek to possess us and control us. If we think theologically about the abundant life I believe we will be led to this paradigm of the godly steward. It is more than giving away money, much more! In fact, in the first instance, being a steward has nothing to do with money. In the second instance, when we understand the freedom and joy of being a godly steward, then it has everything to do with giving away money. I was motivated to try to help us understand the first that we might truly find joy, satifaction and freedom in the second.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? Freedom, joy, abundant life, and some level of conviction and motivation to change. All of that in 216 pages! Seriously I do believe that there is a key here for those who want to know a kind of freedom and the real abundance that God has for us. I hope the book will be used in Bible studies, seminaries, Bible colleges and the pastor's study. I hope it blesses those who give and those who ask. I hope it contributes to the work of the kingdom of God and helps to move the teaching of stewardship from the back burner of church's agenda. I hope it inspires all who read it to a life that reflects the glory of God and rekindles a love for our neighbor that helps us live out our lives more truly as those who bear the very image of our Creator. I hope it makes some people uncomfortable, some think and some commit or recommit their lives to Jesus Christ. What greater hope could there be for the labor we undertake for the kingdom of God?