Profit or Principles
- Is there a conflict between earning a profit and remaining true to my Christian principles when it comes to investing?
- Is it possible to know what types of activities I am supporting with my investments?
- What should I do if I discover a specific investment provides resources for an offensive activity?
- In this economy, if my investments are making money should I be concerned about what the investments are funding?
“Profit or Principles” will introduce you to a man named Todd who was challenged to answer these questions. As you follow his journey, you will learn truths that will help you as a Christian investor.
Author Dwight Short, in his first book “Kingdom Gains,” provided a very thorough explanation of Biblically Responsible Investing. In “Profit or Principles,” you will be motivated to investigate this type of investing. Every faithful follower of Jesus wants to be in the position to hear the Master say, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” There is not really a conflict between being faithful to spiritual principles and earning a good return. Often, the only conflict is if the investor is unwilling to make the necessary changes to accomplish both.