Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers
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Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers

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Many books, programs, and nancial gurus will tell you what to do with your money, but God's Word is the ultimate source of financial wisdom. First and foremost, it gives us our goal as Christians-not to be debt-free or to get rich but to glorify God in all things. All other financial principles in Scripture flow out of this high calling.

In an accessible Q&A format, biblical counselor and former financial consultant Jim Newheiser presents financial widom that is grounded in faithful biblical exegesis and rooted in sound theology. What are common misunderstandings about money? How can you create and balance a budget? How can you get out of debt? What insurance do you need? He answers these questions and more, providing a go-to resource for laypeople and those who counsel them.

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Title: Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers
By: Jim Newheiser
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 336
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 4 ounces
ISBN: 1629954373
ISBN-13: 9781629954370
Stock No: WW954370

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Many books, programs, and financial gurus will tell you what to do with your money, but God’s Word is the ultimate source of financial wisdom. First and foremost, it gives us our goal as Christians—not to be debt-free or to get rich but to glorify God in all things. All other financial principles in Scripture flow out of this high calling. In an accessible Q&A format, biblical counselor and former financial consultant Jim Newheiser presents financial wisdom that is grounded in faithful biblical exegesis and rooted in sound theology. What are common misunderstandings about money? How can you create and balance a budget? How can you get out of debt? What insurance do you need? He answers these questions and more, providing a go-to resource for laypeople and those who counsel them.

Author Bio

Jim Newheiser (MA, DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is director of the Christian Counseling program and associate professor of practical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He a fellow of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) and a board member of the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals.

Editorial Reviews

Jim Newheiser has done an excellent job in writing Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers to address the challenging issues that face most of us on our sanctifying journey as believers. Jim has devoted a lifetime to collecting information on these topics, not only from Scripture but from his experience as a pastor, a businessman, and a biblical counselor. I heartily recommend this book to anyone seeking God’s answers to these critical and common financial questions.” -- Howard Dayton, Founder, CompassFinances Gods Way

Who knew that a seasoned pastor, seminary teacher, and biblical counselor had so much to say on the topic of money! By answering forty-one practical questions, Jim Newheiser explores the astounding relevance of scriptural principles on spending, budgets, poverty, work, debt, gambling, giving, vocation, wealth, and the intriguing-but-overlooked connection between our heart and our finances. It’s difficult to imagine any reader’s having unanswered questions after reading this comprehensive guide!” -- Dave Harvey, President, Great Commission Collective; author, When Sinners Say I Do and I Still Do

It is always a pleasure to read a book by Jim Newheiser, and Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers does not disappoint. As a physician, I am painfully aware that doctors are well known for playing golf badly and doing a worse job of managing our money. This book is on the list that I wish I had read when I was starting out. It offers a wide variety of biblical principles by which to govern our use of money in forty-one concise chapters. I found this book helpful in ordering my own finances. I highly recommend it for those who are looking for guidance on how to honor God with the resources he gives us.” -- Charles Hodges, Medical Doctor; Fellow, Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC); author, Good Mood, Bad Mood

Newheiser provides a comprehensive, biblically driven resource—strewn with practical suggestions—on how to view money and how to gain and spend it, when to borrow or lend it, and how to save and invest it, always with a consistent, explicit aim to honor God, who owns all our possessions. My new starter guide about money both for me and for those I disciple and counsel.” -- Robert D. Jones, Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; author, Pursuing Peace and Uprooting Anger

Many books, programs, and financial gurus will tell you what to do with your money, but God’s Word is the ultimate source of financial wisdom. First and foremost, it gives us our goal as Christians—not to be debt-free or to get rich, but to glorify God in all things. All other financial principles in Scripture flow out of this high calling. In an accessible Q&A format, biblical counselor and former financial consultant Jim Newheiser presents financial wisdom that is grounded in faithful biblical exegesis and rooted in sound theology. What are common misunderstandings about money? How can you create and balance a budget? How can you get out of debt? What insurance do you need? He answers these questions and more, providing a goⷑto resource for laypeople and those who counsel them.” -- Robert W. Kellemen, Academic Dean, Dean of Students, Professor, Faith Bible Seminary; Founder and CEO, RPM Ministries

I always knew that the Bible spoke a lot about money, but I never realized how much until I read this wonderful new book by Jim Newheiser. With a commitment to the sufficiency of Scripture, and with remarkable depth and wisdom, Newheiser shows us that the Bible provides essential guidance on a wide range of financial questions. I highly recommend Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers.” -- Michael J. Kruger, President, Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte

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