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In this episode of The King's Hall, the guys talk through a question that can make you feel like you're treading a narrow path between two deep chasms: How should Christians think about wealth, money, and space? If the love of money is the root of all evil, should we avoid it altogether? How do we chart a path between the errors of poverty theology and prosperity theology?
One of the things that we are hoping to do with The King's Hall is to see men emboldened, invigorated, and equipped to lead the way in discipling and catechizing their children and see Christian homes built from the ground up—which is why we are so glad to be partnering with Reformation Heritage Books for this episode of The King's Hall.
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