Biblical Financial Wisdom

From The Reformed Deacon Podcast

In this episode, Shiloh OPC, Raleigh, NC Deacon and CDM member Tim Hopper welcomes Dr. Jim Newheiser, professor at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC and author of the book, “Money, Debt and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers.”

Dr. Newheiser says the goal of his book is to bring together finance, accounting, and investing with a Biblical perspective that is rooted in sound theology. “I really believe in the sufficiency of Scripture to guide us in life,” he says.  In this episode, Dr. Newheiser wisely points out that we have freedom to spend money, “and we can’t tell someone how to spend, but to use godly wisdom. So much of our life involves our vocation, our responsibility to provide, [and] our stewardship of the resources God has given us.”

Referenced in this episode:
Money, Debt and Finances: Critical Questions and Answersby Dr. Jim Newheiser
Review of “Money, Debt and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers” from New Horizons December 2021
Financial Crisis: What to Do When the Bottom Drops Out by Jim Newheiser
Money: Seeking God’s Wisdom (31-Day Devotionals for Life) by Jim Newheiser
How to Love Difficult Parents: Wisdom for a Challenging Relationship by Jim Newheiser
The Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship

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Biblical Financial Wisdom

by Dr. Jim Newheiser | The Reformed Deacon

Biblical Financial Wisdom

New Hope Presbyterian Church Bridgeton, NJ

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