Episode 28: Biblical Thoughts on Taxes, Money & Culture with Dr. Jim Denison

Episode 28: Biblical Thoughts on Taxes, Money & Culture with Dr. Jim Denison

Crown Stewardship Podcast

Episode 28: Biblical Thoughts on Taxes, Money & Culture with Dr. Jim Denison

About this episode:
This week on the Crown Stewardship Podcast, we welcome Dr. Jim Denison of Denison Forum for a captivating discussion on how to respond biblically and redemptively to the vital issues of our day. As Christians, our world view is focused on eternity and based on the unchanging principles in the Bible - but the culture we live in seems to change moment by moment. This fast paced episode is packed with encouragement and practical advice on how to respond and engage with the world in which we live, including money, taxes and loving our neighbor.

Podcast Highlights:

  • Chuck Bentley and Dr. Jim Denison discuss cultural issues around finances and what the Bible has to say about money.
  • Mark 12:17 reads, “Jesus said to them, ‘Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.’” How do we apply this verse to our lives and money in today’s world.
  • Our postmodern world tells us that truth is relative and the Bible tells us to speak the truth in love. How do Christians navigate cultural changes and what is our role as we live in this world?
  • Christianity as a transactional religion vs. transformational relationship

Our Guest

Dr. Jim Denison is the co-founder and Chief Vision Officer of the Denison Forum, a Dallas-based nonprofit that comments on current issues through a biblical lens. Every weekday morning, his Daily Article email newsletter reaches more than 240,000 readers, and The Daily Article podcast is downloaded more than 80,000 times each month. Dr. Denison’s social media following has a reach of 2.1 million, with over 400,000 Facebook followers. Dr. Denison is a widely sought speaker, podcaster, and subject-matter expert on radio about cultural issues from a biblical perspective.
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