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INDS 564

Money Matters: Mammon, Ministry, and the Meaning of Life

This course is also offered as APPL 564

Nothing is more pervasive and insidious than money. It preoccupies our home, work and even church. A 2015 survey by the American Psychological Association found money to be greatest concern among Americans; ahead of the three other key concerns of family, work and health. The rich and the poor are stressed by money for different reasons. In Singapore money has been blamed as the chief culprit in breaking up marriages. Few can claim that money is of no concern to them.

Jesus knows about our preoccupation with money! 16 out of 38 of Christ’s parables deal with money; more is said in the NT about money than heaven and hell combined; 5 times more is said about money than prayer; while there are 500 plus verses on both prayer and faith, there are over 2,000 verses dealing with money and possessions. 

Does Christians have a different view of money from our culture?  Does our wealth demand higher accountability? As salt and light, how should a Christian response to the pervasive and insidious influence of money?

Credit Hours:
3
Audit Hours:
3
Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites for this course.

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