Sunday, 11 September 2016 18:38

Kennedy Classics - A Christian View of Economics

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Sermon:
Dr. D. James Kennedy recognized that freedom was the best way to bring justice and prosperity to everyone. In his sermon, "A Christian View of Economics" he peels away the myths about fairness and compassion and replaces them with truth.

Scripture Reference: Acts 4:32-35

Feature:
Social justice. It sounds like such a Christian concept—who could be against it? But the "social justice" movement among evangelicals actually smuggles unbiblical notions of justice and economics into the church, and often harms those it is supposed to help. Dr. Jerry Newcombe interviews Dr. E. Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance on the Stewardship of Creation about his vital new book, Social Justice: How Good Intentions Undermine Gospel and Justice.

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