This book really digs into the thorny issue of money in rigorous biblical detail that makes it at times uncomfortable to read but also incredibly necessary and important to read. This content doesn’t alter regardless of whether you consider yourself rich or poor, good with money or bad with it.
Some of what comes out most clearly in this book, I thought, is the reality for our society that there is no way to avoid the poorly hidden reality; we all serve money and are worshipers of it, even if we don’t really think so and even if, in some ways, unwittingly. A brilliant book, keenly insightful, deeply theological and yet accessible to all readers. This is not light reading (and a bigger font may have helped make the reading experience easier!) but it is good writing on a very key subject.
May 24th, 2015 - Posted & Written by Together Magazine