Honest Money: Biblical Principles of Money and Banking (Biblical Blueprint Series, #5)

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Honest Money: Biblical Principles of Money and Banking (Biblical Blueprint Series, #5)

Honest Money Biblical Principles of Money and Banking Biblical Blueprint Series We are now facing a monetary crisis of astronomical proportions Government debt is skyrocketing Currencies are collapsing Banks are going broke Businesses are folding Families are struggling We ve bee

  • Title: Honest Money: Biblical Principles of Money and Banking (Biblical Blueprint Series, #5)
  • Author: Gary North
  • ISBN: 9780930462154
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • We are now facing a monetary crisis of astronomical proportions Government debt is skyrocketing Currencies are collapsing Banks are going broke Businesses are folding Families are struggling We ve been stranded, sitting on top of a mountain of IOU that will never be paid off Most professional economists don t know what to do Neither do most professional theologianWe are now facing a monetary crisis of astronomical proportions Government debt is skyrocketing Currencies are collapsing Banks are going broke Businesses are folding Families are struggling We ve been stranded, sitting on top of a mountain of IOU that will never be paid off Most professional economists don t know what to do Neither do most professional theologians They don t have answers But the Bible does In this book, Dr Gary North outlines specifically what those answers are He demonstrates beyond any shadow of a doubt that there is hope If we act quickly, wisely and scripturally, we can save our nation indeed, Western Civilization from the most disastrous economic catastrophe in history The Bible tells us what to do, when, where, how, and why It offers a blueprint for financial victory Honest Money lays out that blueprint simply, practically, and understandably It shows us how we can move mountains.

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    1. Dan Walker on said:

      I've been a church-going Christian my entire life, and attended church-supported schools all the way through college. But I could probably count on one hand how many times anyone even mentioned the Bible and money in the same sentence - unless it was an offering call!I recently purchased an Andrews Study Bible. It includes brief comments on almost very verse - except for many of the verses referenced in Honest Money!The point is this: it seems Christians have totally punted on the idea that the [...]

    2. Christopher Goins on said:

      This book, written near the end of the Reagan years, in 1986, makes the following prediction: "First, the bankers and the politicians will continue to try to make the present system work. This will make the present system worse. Second, there will be a collapse in stages: inflation, then mass inflation, then price controls, then tyranny, and finally a worldwide deflationary depression."His first prediction has come true. Politicians and central bankers have punted the necessary economic correcti [...]

    3. Sheryl Tribble on said:

      North doesn't try to force the Bible through any of his favorite filters, so the book is pretty straightforward and quite readable. One of North's better efforts. I suspect that a nice companion to this would be John Lanchester's "I.O.U.: Why Everyone Owes Everyone And No One Can Pay", which shows what the whole "fractional reserve banking" mentality can lead to. If banks can "invent" money through fractional reserve banking, why not invent it in other ways, as well? Although I haven't finished [...]

    4. Mark Lush on said:

      "Our political goal should not be a government-imposed gold standard; it should be the abolition of fractional reserve banking and the enforcement of fixed weights and measures."

    5. Bethany on said:

      I can't believe I'm giving an economics book such a high rating; but this book was really outstanding. It was well-written, easy to understand, even humorous in parts. And for the first time I actually understand the concept of gold kept in reserve to back the value of each coin and note issued, as well as several other principles of banking and money that I never understood properly before. I actually found myself enjoying reading this!

    6. Rory Fry on said:

      North at his best. One of the first books I’ve ever read on economics.

    7. Jimmy on said:

      I write this review during a time in the United States where Occupy Wall Street and protests against banks is on the front page news. In light of the attention on economics and banking, this book is one that would serve as a Christian introduction to the concept of money, and banking. I thoroughly recommend this book, since North's argument follows and is presented clearly. Here I can only highlight a few points from the work: North makes the argument that historically money is valuable socially [...]

    8. Bob on said:

      Gary North, of course, is a nut, though he doesn't seem to be quite as loony in this book as in his later writings.With that in mind, the book is pretty solidly biblical and well written, though at times I think he's reading the Austrian school of economics into the bible rather than the other way around. He makes good arguments for his positions, though, and what he has to say is certainly relevant these days. Worth a read.

    9. Jacob Aitken on said:

      Basically free-market economics with biblical window-dressing. For the most part, I agree with the conservative restraint behind these principles, but free marketers act like the Market itself is some neutral entity that will force all to "play nice." On the anti-statist market principles, it's hard to see who will stop a George Soros from manipulating the market and ruining hundreds of millions of lives (which he did).You can't call the state in because that would be regulation.

    10. Andy Kenway on said:

      This is a fantastic primer on the biblical basis for currency and the moral problems with fractional reserve banking. Honest Money is wonderfully simple and powerful at the same time. I find myself recommending this book at least once a month, it seems, usually to young people who want to make sense of the problems with our financial system.

    11. Brad Belschner on said:

      I read this before, years ago, and I can remember passages of it vividly. I should probably read it again, to see what I can glean.

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