Why I Love Money
A Brazen and Biting Rebuttal of the Belief That the Love of Money is Evil and Cannot Buy Anything of Real Value
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Why I Love Money runs boldly, brazenly and assertively against the grain of conventional (and religious) wisdom on money and wealth. Religious belief, the author asserts, has conditioned the Faithful to be poor by the negative and aggressive assaults on money, wealth and the wealthy from the pulpit. The author demonstrates that money can buy life, health, respect, happiness, fulfillment, freedom, salvation and a host of other intangible benefits. Wealth is good. Poverty is evil. God is Life and Abundance and as long as people, religious or not, are hostile to the idea of wealth they will remain poor. Why I Love Money reveals in brazen and biting frankness why the author loves money (with much apology to the apostle Paul, of course).
- Trafford Publishing, August 2011
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