Money, Debt, and Finances

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Author: Jim Newheiser

Subtitle:

Critical Questions and Answers

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. 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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About the author:

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.

Endorsements:

“Carefully distinguishes between what the Bible says to all people in all times and what it says to a certain people at a certain time. For that reason and many more, I am glad to recommend it.”  ~Tim Challies 

“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.”  ~Howard Dayton 

“An amazing book combining biblical principles and very practical advice. It will answer all your questions about money and God’s perspective.”  ~Martha Peace 

“Packed full of very practical counsel, using God’s Word as the standard and guide for some of the most important and difficult financial decisions that you will face in life.”  ~John D. Street 

“The book helped me, it will help my adult children, and it prepared me for important conversations with friends.”  ~Edward T. Welch 

“A wonderful blend of solid biblical principles and practical application to the way we handle the money that God has entrusted to us. . . . Readers will learn solid truths that will guide their use of money.”  ~Steve Viars