In March 2021, Mike Winkelmann, a digital artist professionally known as Beeple, sold a digital collage of five thousand original images as a non-fungible token (NFT) for more than $69 million. Brokered by Christie’s, this sale represents the largest NFT transaction to date. The story becomes even more wild when we consider that Vignesh Sundaresan, the purchaser, used 42,329 … [Read more...] about Bitcoin, NFTs, and the End Times: What the Bible Says
Not only does the Bible provide spiritual advice, it provides guidance for mundane money matters.
Few passages of Scripture stir as much political controversy as Acts 2:44-45. It says, “Now all who believed were together, and had all things in common, and sold their possessions and goods, and divided them among all, as anyone had need.” Someone will likely tell you the Bible teaches socialism here and that the Early Church was communist. I will tell you this is a story of … [Read more...] about What Does the Bible Say About Socialism?
Money management may be one of the most misunderstood aspects of the Christian faith. How often have you heard someone say, “Money is the root of all evil?” Did you know that statement doesn’t appear anywhere in the Bible? It is a misquotation of 1 Timothy 6:10, which says, “The love of money is a root of all kinds of evil” (emphasis added). The Bible may be the only … [Read more...] about Money Is Not Evil: 5 Financial Principles From King Solomon
In planning your last vacation, there were many necessary steps to prepare for a wonderful trip. A variety of little decisions were made to ensure that you would have a fun and safe experience. Where should we go? Where will we stay? How will we get there? What should we pack? Who will feed the dog while we are away? What shoes should I bring? None of these decisions were … [Read more...] about Christian Estate Planning Basics
Do you remember the days when everyone paid with cash or paper checks? Credit receipts were made in triplicate—one page for the customer, one for the seller, and one for the bank. And there were knuckle–grinding machines that imprinted name and account numbers through two lightweight paper sheets and one tagboard sheet, each separated by carbon paper. Personal checks were … [Read more...] about Becoming a Cashless Society—A Financial Sign of the End Times