Ethics, Provision & Wealth
- God's Original Intentions: Blessing, Provision, Abundance
- The Effects of a Fallen World
- Many People Are Unable To Obtain Even Basic Provision
- Many People Find Provision and Even Become Wealthy—But Cause Great Harm
- Wealth Gained Through Unjust Means is Harmful
- Legitimate Wealth Can Still be Harmful
- Redeeming the Economic Sphere
- We Are To Develop And Model Right Attitudes To Provision And Wealth
- From an Attitude of Ownership to Trusteeship
- From an Attitude of Ingratitude to Gratitude
- From an Attitude of Discontentment to Contentment
- We Are To Change Our Personal Lifestyles
- From a Lifestyle of Self-Sufficient Individualism to Community
- From a Lifestyle of Isolationism to Personal Engagement
- From a Lifestyle of Compulsive Work to a Rhythm of Work and Rest
- We Are To Use Our Wealth For The Aid Of Those In Poverty
- Aiding the Poor Through Giving
- Aiding the Poor Through Investing
- Aiding the Poor Through Spending
- We Are to Change the Organizations and Structures of Society
- We Are to Work With Non-believers to Increase Provision and Reduce Poverty
- Nehemiah - A Positive Role Model
- Hope and Help in God's Provision
- We Can Seek Guidance About Provision From God...
- We Are Meant to Depend on God for Provision...
- We Are Meant to Work Diligently and Wisely...
- God Does Not Promise That Christians Will Escape the Effects of the Fallen World
- Wealth is No Indication of God's Favor or Blessing
- The Final Hope
Theology of Work Project and Kirkland, Wayne, "Provision & Wealth Overview" (2011). Theology of Work Project. 42.
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