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Biblical Economics Curriculum

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Biblical Economics complete curriculum by Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr.

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Is money the root of all evil? What is the difference between the Keynesian, Austrian, and Chicago schools of economics? What is the mark of true prosperity, and what duties, if any, does government have toward the poor? These and other key economic questions are answered in Biblical Economics: A Complete Study Course, a curriculum from Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr., that explores stewardship, prosperity, money, inflation, poverty, debt, and the implications of statist intervention in the economy.

Course includes the book Biblical Economics, twelve audio lectures, a study guide with discussion questions, tests and quizzes and the two books (digital), The Law and Productive Christians in an Age of Guilt Manipulators. More information below.

Almighty Over All

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Book: Almighty Over All by Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr.

Understanding God’s power and sovereignty helps us perceive our own weaknesses and ultimate dependence upon Him. Our faith is grounded and established by what we believe (or don’t believe) God is able and willing to do for us.

Basement Tape #119: N is for New Bodies

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This conversation has some overlap with our previous conversation on M is for Man. Our focus here, however, is on the promise of the future resurrection. We want to come to grasp how we have forgotten this doctrine, why it matters, and what we have to look forward to. We will look back to the goodness of the original creation, and at the glory of the new creation, but our focus is on or new, incorruptible bodies.

Basement Tape #112: To the Church at Corinth II

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Scandal, schism, partying and pride may mark the modern church but we didn’t start the fire. All this and much more troubled the church at Corinth. Join us as we talk together about how sin still stains us and ego still drives us even after we have been born again. Join us as we learn from the Apostle Paul what the Bride is supposed to look like. Part II.

Basement Tape #111: To the Church at Corinth I

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Scandal, schism, partying and pride may mark the modern church but we didn’t start the fire. All this and much more troubled the church at Corinth. Join us as we talk together about how sin still stains us and ego still drives us even after we have been born again. Join us as we learn from the Apostle Paul what the Bride is supposed to look like. Part II.

Basement Tape #50: Firearms

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This conversation looks at the calling of a man to protect hearth and home from danger, and the folly of delegating the defense of one’s home.

Basement Tape #28: Coloring Between the Lines

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Audio: Coloring Between the Lines, Systematic Theology (Basement Tapes #28)

Is the study of systematic theology useful to those that are not pastors or teachers? Does this structured study of God add anything to the spiritual lives of laypeople? We believe so. This conversation, a defense of the systematic study of the things of God, argues that while precision and abstract thought can actually move us away from Jesus, that the solution isn’t sloppy and esoteric thought.

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